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- Joined: Thu May 10, 2012 10:10 pm
- Location: North Los Angeles County
Z06- Yes that was a bad attempt of humor and their part, a bit disturbing I think...lol. Yeah especially here in California, I was thinking that they were going to pull TU, but I'm sure it's EX. That's my intent anyways, I'm not to keen on keeping the Gold Delta (I fly 3-4 times a year, and it depends on whom fits my schedule the best whether it be any airline), the BCE fits my needs better (backup gas card), but it happens to be a harder card to qualify for. I'm planning to also cancel or close my PRG since I don't use it as much as I should and the annual fee won't make it worth it for me.
Gamma- Thank you. The reasons listed were these: Length of time accounts have been established, Length of revolving account history, Too many inquires in the last 12 months, Lack or recent information on installment accounts, and lastly, The length of time you have been a customer with American Express is to short. I also talked to a Chase rep this morning on my work break and he first congratulated me on my approval and then he asked if I would like to know my limit. I told him I would and he told me that I was approved for a 2,400 limit. And I was very happy with that, so now I think Chase will get much of my business now since I have a higher limit with them. I thought I really had to plead with them to approve me, but right now they have exceeded my expectations and I am glad to be a customer with Chase. A few weeks ago, I also opened a student checking and savings account with them, so idk if that helped or not either.
Bank Of America: BankAmeriCard Cash Rewards-4.2k
Citi: Forward-4.5k American Airlines Advantage Platinum Select World Elite MasterCard 9/6/15-4K
Amex BCE.2k- Amex SPG-5k
Chase: Freedom-5kSouthwest Rapid Rewards Plus- 3.6k
Capital one: Venture one-10,000, Visa Signature.