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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by poobybear, Aug 2, 2001.
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This worked out nicely for him, actually. You can call and ask to combine the cards into one with the credit limits added together for an end result of one card with a $6,000. I wouldn't mention the mistake they made though, just ask for the combining of two accounts/cards.
You are right. He already has a student platinum select, and he was originally going to combine that one with his new cards. That one has a limit of 1300. If it is possible, he may be able to combine them to have one with 7300 limit. I will tell him not to mention that it was a mistake on their part when he calls. I am curious to see if they pulled his report twice.
If they did he might be able to get them to do a 'courtesy' deletion of the second inquiry. Amex has done this for someone who posts here.