05-29-2008 09:26 AM
05-29-2008 09:32 AM
05-29-2008 09:34 AM
Got my AMEX Gold last month. Took a short trip to the beach. It was sooo cool to cover the room with the card. Then went out to a nice restaurant, put it on the card. Felt like a real somebody.It took about two weeks for the bank payment to setup. In fact, they sent me an alert when the charges hit, and had a link to pay. So I PIF'ed it right then. PIF before the first statement cuts, they must love that.A couple of days ago bought gas at Costco. I belong to Costco, and I wonder if they will make the Amex connection and offer me the True Rewards card.This morning, I find the first online statement, and a charge of $125 for the annual membership!Grr. So I PIF'ed that too. The gas isn't even on yet.I am so afraid of rocking the boat, and don't even want to call them for anything. They might look at the old paid CO on TU, or the baddies still on EQ, or change their mind completely.What should I do?
05-29-2008 01:32 PM
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