AMP. Ideally, what you should do, is call their compliance department ON THE PHONE, and ask them with your VOICE, why you are being rejected. From there you may find some answers, and may be able to resolve whatever conflict there might be. All this shit on paper is just going to lead to standardized and canned responses. Why not try to get a bit more personal? A phone call can carry the weight of a hundred typed messages, simply because it carries an extra dimension of interaction. Use the phone for what it was intended...A PHONE CALL. Last person I suggested this to, when dealing with AMP, got positive results. You might get that too. It cannot hurt to try, instead of dismissing them like a computer, the way their computer may be dismissing you.