11-04-2012 04:55 PM
I don't know this for a fact, but I'm guessing it would raise a red flag if you suddenly started using it heavily for medical expenses, like there was a 5000 charge for an operation or something. Given that medical costs are one of the biggest reasons for people declaring bankruptcy, Amex would look closely at an account that had a lot of high medical charges. I don't think you have anything to worry about though, based on your types of charges - they are run of the mill charges that most people use their cards for. As others have said, Amex is chiefly concerned that you'll pay your bill. Do that faithfully (sounds like you are) and they're happy.
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11-04-2012 05:05 PM
Lmao im serious. I even did 2 days in a row and nothing
Did you get lapdance?
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11-04-2012 06:50 PM - edited 11-04-2012 06:56 PM
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