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Re: AMEX pulled TU & EX...why?


ChemGuy wrote:


ChemGuy wrote:


haulingthescoreup wrote:

lol, it's like being back in 7th grade, and the more a group rejects you, the more you want to belong to it! :smileywink:

Hauling,

 

AMEX is more like having an abusive girlfriend.  The more she abuses you, the more you want to please her and you hope she changes.  But she won't.  She'll string you along, make you think everything is okay, then dump you when you're most vulnerable.........


And she'll ruin your chances with all the other girls "i.e, CCCs".


lol, sounds like there's a backstory on this! :smileyvery-happy:

So far, whether or not AmEx is a potential abusive GF or BF (or annoying spouse), she/ he/ it has treated me well. But then I make a point of being low-maintenance with my CCC's. :smileywink:
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