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amex household income/fr question...

i applied for amex's skymiles and honors, and got both with 2k limits each.  when i applied, for some stupid reason, i used only my personal income from my primary job.  if i were to ask for an online cli and include my wife's income as well as my second job income, do you think this would trigger a financial review b/c of the difference in income?
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Re: amex household income/fr question...

It could. Just be prepared to back up whatever you list. This includes having w2s and bank statements to provide proof. For now, I would only request a CLI on the HHonors (request a $3k increase). Good luck!
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Re: amex household income/fr question...

thanks tuscani.  i have income tax returns, w-2's, pay stubs, etc.  keeping my fingers crossed.
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