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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Chet, Apr 30, 2001.
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Yes, as long as you paid the debt, you should have no problem. Their policy is to deny AU if they had any previous bad relationships with them; but it sounds like you have done your best to reconcile that. If you do get denied, you can ask that a supervisor review the request
I agree. If you've paid the account, you should have no problem being added as a AU. A friend of mine burned Amex and still received a card from them after she paid the amount due.
Another Jason Amex Question?
I have an E-loan (using EXP) score of 673 which should be around 650 or better using EXP's model (empirica?). I also have a 401K retirement account with Am Ex if that helps any. It is fairly new with only $1000.00 in it so far. Should I apply for a green or Optima card, or just wait until my score is better? I hate to waste another inquiry (9 in six months now). I don't really need the green charge card, and would ultimately like the Optima, Blue, etc. Also, if they don't pull Experian, I don't have a prayer I should probably wait six months. Yes/No?
I had no idea she was going to do that 8-O
I came home from work and she was on the phone with Amex giving them my SS#, and adding me to her card. I was going to wait another year until my BK disappeared from my credit reports to try for an Amex card.
If I am denied it will be a great source of embarrassment!!
Here's keeping my fingers crossed X