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Registered: ‎10-12-2012
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Amex pay over time

Received a letter from Amex saying I could use the pay over time feature for my charge. It said I could not use it if I go over my pay over time limit, which yours is $35,000. Haha. Nice to know if I ever need it I guess.
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Registered: ‎11-08-2007
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Re: Amex pay over time

Getting any MR points as an incentive? That could help your decision I'm sure..
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Registered: ‎06-02-2008
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Re: Amex pay over time

I've used it to pay for some camera gear last year before I had a limit that was large enough to cover it.  No adverse affects from AMEX.  Not the best idea to carry a balance on a charge (especially if you have a revolver), but the option is nice when you need it.


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Re: Amex pay over time

How do you go about qualifying for the pay over time feature?
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Re: Amex pay over time


zeusta20 wrote:
How do you go about qualifying for the pay over time feature?


I don't know if it's because I got a Plat card but it gave me the option to opt in when I activated my card. Didn't give me a limit though...

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Registered: ‎06-02-2008
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Re: Amex pay over time

I think it opens up after a year of membership.  Also, there's a hard limit of 35k.  APR is around 18% methinks.


AmEx PRG (NPSL) | AmEx Costco ($8.2K) | AmEx Delta Gold ($19.3K) | AmEx BCE ($5K) | Chase United Explorer ($10K) | Chase Sapphire Preferred ($7.5K) | Chase Freedom ($8.2K) | Discover it ($3K) | Capital One Quicksilver ($2.5K) | PayPal Extras ($2.5K) | Lowes ($3.3K) | Walmart ($4.3K) | Amazon ($2.5K) | Restoration Hardware ($8.8K) | Crate & Barrel ($8.3K)
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