06-24-2007 05:35 PM
06-24-2007 06:01 PM
You should be approved for a Delta skymiles and Starwoods. But you should try and GW the lates first and see if they get deleted and bring your util down to 1-9%. These actions might later qualify you for a better Amex card, perhaps a Blue or Blue Cash.
dragonheartt wrote:I know they mostly pull EX, but can pull EQ. My EX score is 680, with a couple of 30 day lates and a 60 day late from late 2004. That is the only baddies! I'm running about 40% utilization and looking at getting a good card to drop that. I have paid off several accounts, basicallly because I didn't want to use them with my wife out of work. I didn't realize at the time that closing these accounts would do more harm than good. So, how good of a chance do you think I would have with the AMEX? If I apply, should it be for Gold Delta Skymiles or the Starwoods card?Dragon
06-24-2007 06:06 PM
06-25-2007 01:08 AM
dragonheartt wrote:My EX score is 680, with a couple of 30 day lates and a 60 day late from late 2004....how good of a chance do you think I would have with the AMEX?
06-25-2007 05:17 AM
Noah_Bodie wrote:With a 680 EX, if you have no defaulted AMEX CCs in your past, and no BK on your CRs, you should have no trouble getting a Delta. With a 680, I'd recommend you try for Blue as well. If you apply same day, odds are good you'll get at most 1 pull per CRA--likely only EX and maybe also TU.
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