04-28-2010 05:17 PM - edited 04-28-2010 05:21 PM
I just opened my Gold a month ago but I'm thinking about the AF an now i see Zync card AF is only $25. I think it's to soon to ask for a PC but i think i will give it a try later this year to avoid the $125 AF coming early next year. Is it a soft or hard to do a PC on there charge cards? I really like how Gold card looks but I'm not liking that AF.
04-29-2010 08:58 AM
You've got another 10 months or so before the fee hits. I'd hold off and see what they're doing at that point. They keep flipping back and forth as to when and if they allow PC's.
Just IMO. Stepping back for all the other free advice!
04-29-2010 06:25 PM - edited 04-29-2010 06:26 PM
Called Amex I was told I can do a PC to Zync anytime I like. The rep on the phone thought I was trying to do it today. I told her no not today but I might switch over early next year. Also had to order a new card had to much stuff in my wallet an the card cracked I wonder if that's a warning sign? LMAO. I don't like calling Amex. I feel like I'm calling the FBI. I should not be feeling that way lol
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