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Re: How do banks know your income?

I neither want nor care to see mine. I don't care. I'm over here in reality land. It's OK with me if they're over their in fantasy land. It's working out just fine!
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Re: How do banks know your income?

You can update your salary via Amex site. So far that's the only card I have that allows u to do that.
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Re: How do banks know your income?


l9ikjam wrote:
You can update your salary via Amex site. So far that's the only card I have that allows u to do that.

Where can you update on the AmEx site? Do you mean that you can update when you ask for CLI...or just update at any time so that they have recent info?

 

Our income will change pretty drastically this year, and I'd like them to have updated info.

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