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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by JacquiG, Jan 16, 2001.
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You're so lucky, They won't increase mine from 2k.
RE: Here's the secret
Ok, there is a way of last resort to increase your credit limit on an Amex lending card. Before you try it, speak with Centurion bank and try to get an increase the old fashioned way. Even if you're declined, don't do it unless you absolutely need the increase.
Apply for a second Amex: the Optima card. Not Optima Platinum, not secured Optima, just plain Optima. Since you already have an Amex credit card, you're likely to be approved.
Next, call Amex New Accounts department, ask to speak with New Accounts' M.O.R.E. unit. (In a previous message, I've posted M.O.R.E's direct 1-800 #).
Finally, ask Amex M.O.R.E. rep to move your entire Optima credit line to your first card, and then to close the Optima account.
I can't, and won't, promise any results. Use at your own risk.