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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Momof3, Apr 7, 2001.
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You do not know until you actually get the card and call credit authorizations. But keep in mind that purchases that go "over that limit" can be approved as well.
Back in the days when I had a green card, whenever I used it for something really expensive and the transaction was declined electonically, I would have someone do a telephone authorization.
The authorizer would usually ask to speak to me to confirm my identity and then would always approve the transaction. I can't recall anything ever being declined.
DaveLV is correct. I too remember in the old days, a transaction can be flagged down and the merchant would have to call Amex cs for approval. For me it was a purchase at a store that I have never been to and amounted to more than $1000.00