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What are your scores?
Last I checked (May 2003) mine were around the mid 500's and my hubby's were in the low 500's. There have been some tradelines deleted, but I don't know how much it has affected our scores. What CRA does AMEX use? As far as I know, our TU reports are our highest and our EXP reports are our lowest.
Ok, nobody yell at me, but desperate times may require desperate actions.
Ever had a relationship with Household? DH just got a card with a $1000 limit with them. They pulled EX, and his scores were mid 5's. They tried to give him $300, but he whined and they gave him the 1K.
If he is paying it off everytime he receives an expense check, interest shouldn't matter - and you can pay them online.
Second thought - How good is his relationship with his employer? What about a one time expense advance that he uses - submits an expense report for amount used, and then they "reimburse" him?
I had a company do that once for me.
You can probably forget about Amex.