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Don't You Love Amex?

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I just logged in to my Amex online acct and saw very COOL stuff.  

This is so COOL and I love it!   The Amex card holders ~ Don't you love what Amex do? 

 

 

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Re: Don't You Love Amex?

It has always been like that.

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Track your rewards function is the only thing new on AMEX's website. 

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tengtengvn wrote:

It has always been like that.



Really ~   I guess I've been not notice any of those all this time until I added two AUs on my Amex.  Sorry everyone ... I just got excited.   :smileytongue:

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Don't be sorry.  It's OK to be excited.  I just recently became an Amex CC holder, and I also really like the online account functionality.  Great visibility and great tools!


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Don't be sorry.  It's OK to be excited.  I just recently became an Amex CC holder, and I also really like the online account functionality.  Great visibility and great tools!


Ditto that! I just recently became a cardholder once again, and I love the Amex website. Enjoy!


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BunnyRabbit I also like the way you can slice and dice your spending on the Amex website.

 

It helps in monitoring points if you want to do that.

 

But I find it particularly useful for keeping track of business vs. personal expenses.  Years ago I actually used one card for business.  But since I've paid off almost all my credit cards, I now use the Amex charge for everything and of course PIF every month.  It is much saner keeping track of just one card than a bunch, and must easier to see in a glance what the monthly liabilities are going to be.... and when it's time to start cutting back on discretionary personal stuff like Dining or Entertainment...

 

Amex has a good website.  I like using Money Manager and looking at my Amex charge card 6 month daily spend graph...it presents a picture of my card usage and payments that Amex monitors.... and it does show a consistent range and pattern.  It's this kind of pattern and consistency (among other things) that Amex uses to determine our spending limit.


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For first time Amex card holders like me, I did find the available tools from Amex very amazing and useful =) so you're not the only one who got excited. I use my Zync every chance I get and then check the flashy chart for my spending =P


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For first time Amex card holders like me, I did find the available tools from Amex very amazing and useful =) so you're not the only one who got excited. I use my Zync every chance I get and then check the flashy chart for my spending =P


Congratulations!    I've been Amex member for about 6 yrs but I usually log in and check the balance, and pay the balance.   I did not pay attention to the other tools until I added AUs on my acct, and saw the separate infor on each act.   Learning something new every day ~ especially here at this forum.

 

The other thing I like is "Snap Shot".    You can see your acct info without log in.  

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