The consensus view on AMEX charge cards is that, if you are approved for a charge card, you usually have no hard cap limit, so you are getting best terms. Thus, AMEX is not required to give you a score.
if you get best terms(lowest APR) for a given product you apply for, then they are also under this cirucmstance not required to give you a score. In all other cases, you will be given "A" score, not necessarily a FICO score, but they seem to usually give a real EX FICO.
As a side note, some banks are known to give you the requisite score even if they give you best terms, so they don't have to differentiate between best and non-best terms given.
Didn't I read here that if you get the best terms (low APR) you don't get a score and if you don't get the best terms (higher APR) thats when you get a score???
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From a BK years ago to:
EX - 3/11 pulled by lender- 835, EQ - 2/11-816, TU - 2/11-782
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