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Amex surveys after any apps?

Is it just me, or when you do a member app, do you also get an email from their "survey" team, asking personal questions that seem more towards your education/finances, than the actual card you're applying for?

 

Almost seems like the manual review team is mining for data/info, as to plug any gaps into your file, helping decide how far you'll go up the food chain in their lineup of cards..

 

(big big big conspiracy theory here)..:smileytongue:

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Re: Amex surveys after any apps?

Lol you are over thinking it
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Re: Amex surveys after any apps?

I got a survey recently about a customer service call I made.... I think they are just survey happy

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Re: Amex surveys after any apps?

I always do the surveys for them with glowing reviews! Even for my personal savings account w Amex!
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Re: Amex surveys after any apps?

I just think it's funny, in regards to some of their questions on the latest. The one that sticks out the most is "are you planning on closing the zync?" The next was the predicted usage increase/decrease of their cards, as compared to the other bank cc's in my wallet.
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Re: Amex surveys after any apps?

I think I got questions about what cards I may want in the future too...
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