Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Shantel, Jan 11, 2001.

  1. Shantel

    Shantel Well-Known Member

    I'm wondering how easy (or not) it is to get a green Amex. Here's my credit situation:

    2 years ago, had a house foreclosed on. I had been credit counseling but I finished. I got a Providian (that started at $500, now it's up to $1700) and I have a Providian MC also. I also have a Capital One and just in November, Sears (of all places) gave me a $2100 credit line. I have had no negatives in the last 2 years - with credit card payments or car payments (had 2 cars, one is now sold). What do you think? I don't want to wait an inquiry. Tried a Discover Platinum but they denied me.

    What I REALLY want to do is get a card with a high enough limit to transfer my other cards to it and cancel them. Any suggestions?
  2. Angela

    Angela Guest

    I think the green AMEX has to

    each month. It's an expensive card to have. I think a separate line of credit is required for making partial payments.

    GEORGE Well-Known Member

    RE: I think the green AMEX has

    $55.00 Annual fee + pay in full...
  4. Cadillac408

    Cadillac408 Well-Known Member

    Not Am/Ex Green......Optima Ma

    For what you want, Am/Ex Green is no good seeing that it's a *charge card* that you pay in full each month. The Optima or Blue are cards that they have that you can transfer balances to.

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