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How long does Amex blacklist last?

How long does Amex blacklist last?

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How do I get off Amex black list?

The only way to know if you’re off the blacklist is to apply. If you get an inquiry, you’re off the list and eligible. If you get auto-denied and don’t receive an inquiry, you’re still blacklisted. Luckily, you paid what you owed (not settled, I hope) so you’ll be off the blacklist sooner than later.

Does Amex have a blacklist?

Though not officially confirmed by Amex, there is a blacklist of blocked Social Security numbers that are ineligible for Amex credit cards due to bad history with the company.

Will Amex give me another chance?

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Generally American Express offers this to cardholders who had a relationship with American Express and then defaulted/became delinquent on payments. American Express doesn’t offer a secured credit card, so this is an alternative to that. Sometimes these are referred to as second chance credit cards.

Will Amex remove a charge off?

Amex reports the charge-off monthly, which suppresses your score and makes it seems your delinquency is current. Once its paid off it will zero out the charge off amount and they stop reporting the charge-off monthly. That will boost your credit score.

Can I get an Amex after BK?

Yes, you may be able to get approved for the Amex EveryDay after bankruptcy, but there are no guarantees. Amex takes into consideration all aspects of your credit history, but has no disclosed restrictions with regard to bankruptcies.

Do credit card companies blacklist?

No, there is no such thing as a credit blacklist. But no there is absolutely no such thing as a credit blacklist. The answer lies in their credit history, as well as the algorithms that large companies use to make their lending decisions.

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Is AMEX BK friendly?

What Bureau does AMEX pull?

Experian
Amex primarily pulls Experian, though sometimes Equifax or TransUnion reports. Chase favors Experian, but may also buy Equifax or TransUnion reports.

Do charge offs go away after 7 years?

A charge-off stays on your credit report for seven years after the date the account in question first went delinquent. (If the charge-off first appears after six months of delinquency, it will remain on your credit report for six and a half years.)

Should I pay off a 2 year old collection?

You may be better off letting an old collection fade away if you can’t pay it in full. Resurrecting a collection account with a payment or settlement freshens it on your credit report and can harm your FICO score. Note that completely repaying an old debt won’t harm your FICO score.