I have been a proud member of AMEX since 19th December 2012, my 4th statement just recently got finalised - thought I would call about a limit increase from my $3900AUD - was told that must wait 6 months. After 10 minutes of talking to the CSR I was then advised that I could do after being a cardholder for 3 months !!
How long do you have to be a cardholder in USA for before able to ask for a limit increase on the credit cards (I don't want the charge cards - no QANTAS frequent flyer points on those).
Interesting to see how AMEX works in different countries with different regulations.
fantasy86dj wrote: How long do you have to be a cardholder in USA for before able to ask for a limit increase on the credit cards (I don't want the charge cards - no QANTAS frequent flyer points on those).
We can apply for a credit limit increase (usually up to 3x) after 60 days of card-membership. After that, every 6 months.
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