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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by faztcobra, Aug 23, 2003.
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Also, after some searching, I see that req. for acceptance include about a 580 FICO w/ no baddies in the last 2 yrs. Got that covered. Anyone know what the reqs are for AMEX BLUE?
I think 650 with no baddies and 3 years history
3 yrs, no baddies? Guess I had better wait just a little longer on this one then. Until I get some lates removed, that'd be automatic denial.
Also, how would the AMEX Green affect my utilization of avail. credit on all my cards? Since it doesn't have a preset spending limit, do they just report what your highest balance ever was? Basically, would it be wise to pull a Crap1 trick here and buy a $3k TV before the closing date and then take it back that way they report a higher amount?
YES I THINK SO, also you can call amex and ask what your limit is they will tell you