06-20-2007 10:22 AM
06-20-2007 11:10 AM - edited 06-20-2007 11:12 AM
In my opinion, I would try Amex first and Citibank "last". I have always had problems with Citi with anything over 50% UTL. Your stated income will be a large factor. Income to credit limit and debt is considered too which can work out to your advantage sometimes.
Tuscani wrote:You should be able to get any or all of the following:Amex Delta (EX pull)Amex Hilton or Starwood (EX pull)Citi Premier Pass (EQ pull)BofA Hawaiian Air Plat (EX pull)Good luck!
06-20-2007 11:50 AM
Do you think Amex is wise? Amex Blue shot me down based on an Experian pull..
Also - my HELOC which is maxed out at $65K shows as revolving debt - same as a credit card? I have no other real estate loans since my wife carries the 1st mortgage on our home.
06-20-2007 11:57 AM
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