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I just got instant approval (woohoo!) on the new Everyday card. It didn't give me my CL though. Anyone know how to find that out?

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Or, if you created a login, you'll be able to go to My Account and see it sometime in the next 24hrs. I got an Amex last week and found the limit in my account online the next day.

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I just got instant approval (woohoo!) on the new Everyday card. It didn't give me my CL though. Anyone know how to find that out?

Congrats!

Did you add info to Creditpulls DB? Care to share your EX score? Other info?

 

This is the next Amex I plan to app for, so am curious ... :)

It doesn't seem to be discussed much around here. Not sure why.

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I just got instant approval (woohoo!) on the new Everyday card. It didn't give me my CL though. Anyone know how to find that out?

Congrats!

Did you add info to Creditpulls DB? Care to share your EX score? Other info?

 

This is the next Amex I plan to app for, so am curious ... :)

It doesn't seem to be discussed much around here. Not sure why.

I did add it to the database.

 

Ex: 702 from my mortgage pull 2 months ago. One other inq about 8 months ago. 1 settled collection that's 3.5 years old. 1 real CC that's almost 3 years old, 1 store CC 2 years and change. 4 installment loans, the oldest being 10 years.

 

Btw, the limit was 3000. More than double my other card, and more than Chase gave me on the Freedom shortly after (2200), or Barclays on the rewards MC (1800).

 

Anyone know if the 2 for 1 pull works with 2 revolvers?

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I just got instant approval (woohoo!) on the new Everyday card. It didn't give me my CL though. Anyone know how to find that out?

Congrats!

Did you add info to Creditpulls DB? Care to share your EX score? Other info?

 

This is the next Amex I plan to app for, so am curious ... :)

It doesn't seem to be discussed much around here. Not sure why.

I did add it to the database.

 

Ex: 702 from my mortgage pull 2 months ago. One other inq about 8 months ago. 1 settled collection that's 3.5 years old. 1 real CC that's almost 3 years old, 1 store CC 2 years and change. 4 installment loans, the oldest being 10 years.

 

Btw, the limit was 3000. More than double my other card, and more than Chase gave me on the Freedom shortly after (2200), or Barclays on the rewards MC (1800).

 

Anyone know if the 2 for 1 pull works with 2 revolvers?

 

No. 2 for 1 is 1 charge, 1 revolver but YMMV...good luck on whatever you decide.

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I just got instant approval (woohoo!) on the new Everyday card. It didn't give me my CL though. Anyone know how to find that out?

Congrats!

Did you add info to Creditpulls DB? Care to share your EX score? Other info?

 

This is the next Amex I plan to app for, so am curious ... :)

It doesn't seem to be discussed much around here. Not sure why.

I did add it to the database.

 

Ex: 702 from my mortgage pull 2 months ago. One other inq about 8 months ago. 1 settled collection that's 3.5 years old. 1 real CC that's almost 3 years old, 1 store CC 2 years and change. 4 installment loans, the oldest being 10 years.

 

Btw, the limit was 3000. More than double my other card, and more than Chase gave me on the Freedom shortly after (2200), or Barclays on the rewards MC (1800).

 

Anyone know if the 2 for 1 pull works with 2 revolvers?

 

Thanks for the details!

And congrats again ...

:)

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