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Registered: ‎04-11-2016


Has anyone seen this on AMEX Application Status site? Never seen this before. Perhaps this explains the auto declined or cancelled app? I just thought it's interesting. 



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Registered: ‎11-01-2016


It's doing the same thing for me and the automated line seems to be broken when I call in for status. What did you app for?

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Registered: ‎09-19-2015


Happened with me yesterday and I posted here about it. They must be doing some sort of system update?

Scores 01/04/2017: EQ 719, TU 750, EX 716
Goal scores: 740 across the board
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AN0NYM0US wrote:

It's doing the same thing for me and the automated line seems to be broken when I call in for status. What did you app for?

I didn't app for anything. I was just bored and I know they keep a history of it there. I don't even remember what that was. I can't possibly have another AMEX card. I'm all maxed out with them. Maybe they are doing upgrades. 

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Registered: ‎04-14-2017


So I apped and got approved for the Platinum card, and this is the message I see on that line item. I know it's a legit approval because the card is already in my app account... so I assume it's just a systems glitch?

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The dummy code is there to reference an application for a product or offer which no longer exists.

I've seen this a few times.
EX FICO  26 INQ  761
EQ FICO  10 INQ  756
TU FICO  12 INQ  770
Total CL$340,00033 TL

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