It seems like a lot of people all over the forums that are scared of the tax documents and income verification... Why is that?
I've never understood that. Doesn't seem like anyone wants to provide that to them, but I don't get why that is.
Nah, it's not that people are scared. People don't want a CCC all up in their business. Since I am single with no family, I just might--and that's a mighty big "might"--provide my tax information if it's for a CC that I desperately want or want to keep. However, if my tax information provided one iota of information that was family related--nope, it's not happening. So I understand everyone who makes the decision not to provide tax information. And it's their prerogative one way or the other.
That's my take on it anyway.
But I thought that you had to wait 60 days between account openings on revolvers.
I had applied for two revolvers last year within two days of eachother, both approved!
Amex BCP and Everyday. (not toy starter limits) I had 7 revolvers and two charge cards. closed 2 of the revolvers,
after I transfered ALL the CL to other cards. So Now at 5 revolvers and 2 Charge cards.
Also I have had only 1 HP in 35+ years.
I don't have an amex, I want 2 cards with one hard pull. How should I apply? I don't see an option for 2 cards on there site.
Will I have to call?
Once you get one Card approved, the "Usually the second card is a soft pull" YMMV
You have to apply one at a time.
What cards are you looking at?
im hoping someone from the revolving business side and can help with my little query here, i got a 3x increase on my personal card in the beginning of Jan. Does this mean to get an increase on the business side i wait 61 days from approval or 181 days from personal increase?
does the 61 or 181 day apply at all to business side? or can i request one earlier with good odds of an increase?
edit: also if i transfer 6k out of 12k from personal limit to business, if above applies can i increase 3x from 12k? or the remaining 6k
You need to wait the 181 days, The Ames CLI rules are account specific, meaning they don't distinguish between personal or business.