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Just Did A PC With Amex

Changed from the Gold To Zync. I think Zync will do me more jutice an the AF is only $25

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Re: Just Did A PC With Amex

Why draw attention to a new amex acct. by requesting a major downgrade several weeks after gold approval?  

 

Perhaps nothing will come of it, I hope not, but they watch new accts. very closely so be prepared for them to react.

 

As a new amex customer it's best to tread lightly IMO.

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Re: Just Did A PC With Amex

 


score_building wrote:

Why draw attention to a new amex acct. by requesting a major downgrade several weeks after gold approval?  

 

Perhaps nothing will come of it, I hope not, but they watch new accts. very closely so be prepared for them to react.

 

As a new amex customer it's best to tread lightly IMO.


I'm inclined to agree, I've got the Gold and I'm a new member and haven't used it yet. I'll lay low for awhile and let it season and mature a bit.

 

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5thWheel wrote:

 


score_building wrote:

Why draw attention to a new amex acct. by requesting a major downgrade several weeks after gold approval?  

 

Perhaps nothing will come of it, I hope not, but they watch new accts. very closely so be prepared for them to react.

 

As a new amex customer it's best to tread lightly IMO.


I'm inclined to agree, I've got the Gold and I'm a new member and haven't used it yet. I'll lay low for awhile and let it season and mature a bit.

 


I'm new to Amex (first statement just cut, Green card) and I'm using the heck out of it.

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UpNUp wrote:

5thWheel wrote:

 


score_building wrote:

Why draw attention to a new amex acct. by requesting a major downgrade several weeks after gold approval?  

 

Perhaps nothing will come of it, I hope not, but they watch new accts. very closely so be prepared for them to react.

 

As a new amex customer it's best to tread lightly IMO.


I'm inclined to agree, I've got the Gold and I'm a new member and haven't used it yet. I'll lay low for awhile and let it season and mature a bit.

 


I'm new to Amex (first statement just cut, Green card) and I'm using the heck out of it.


They're big fans of heavy usage, so kudos to you UpNUp, off to a great start.

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Re: Just Did A PC With Amex

I did a PC in Jan.

 

Blue Cash ---> Clear

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asteroidblues wrote:

I did a PC in Jan.

 

Blue Cash ---> Clear


You didn't like Blue Cash, or just prefer Clear?

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score_building wrote:

asteroidblues wrote:

I did a PC in Jan.

 

Blue Cash ---> Clear


You didn't like Blue Cash, or just prefer Clear?


 

.5% on first $6,500 is a huge turn off.

 

I always get a full 1% on Clear.

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Re: Just Did A PC With Amex

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score_building wrote:

Why draw attention to a new amex acct. by requesting a major downgrade several weeks after gold approval?  

 

Perhaps nothing will come of it, I hope not, but they watch new accts. very closely so be prepared for them to react.

 

As a new amex customer it's best to tread lightly IMO.


At this point Amex will not make or break me. I'm not gonna sit up an worry about if there gonna find me a worthy customer it's a credit card not the end of the world lol. They close my card I'll take my business elsewhere an not look back.


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Re: Just Did A PC With Amex

I don't think this is a big deal. AmEx is marketing the new card, and there are some better deals with it, depending on the categories.

 

In terms of the annual fee, I might have waited until the eleventh month, since it's free the first year, but if the Zync category stuff works better than the across-the-board rewards structure of Gold, I say go for it.

 

Have fun with it! --and use it a lot. As mentioned above, AmEx loves to see usage.

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