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Updates on FRs from AMEX????

Any updates on the financial reviews from AMEX?
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Re: Updates on FRs from AMEX????

oracleicom wrote:
Any updates on the financial reviews from AMEX?

Nope, but it looks like they pulled my credit again yesterday.....I suppose it may be a soft pull because it falls under inquiries that nobody sees but yourself!! We shall see. As i replied earlier to someone, I'm not worried about it anymore. Since the FR started, I've gotten 2 other cards with nice limits. After long thoughtful consideration about whether to cancel the Amex cards or not, I made up my mind that  the cards could  help my utilization %, and in return, help my score. They won't see the light of day much....maybe use my Hilton for hotel reservations when I travel and maybe buy a pack of gun. LOL! If they throw another FR on me in the future, consider me no longer an Amex customer!!! No Doubt!!

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