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iirundis05
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Missed Payment

My payment of 20.00 was due yesterday. And I completely forgot about it. I woke up this morning and realize that I missed a payment for the first time. So I immediately called into AMEX BLUE customer service and the rep told me it wouldn't be a problem that I was late. So I made a payment of $500 just to bring my total balance a little lower. I also have a AMEX GOLD Rewards card for about a year and a half and I never been late. Any one experience having a late payment with AMEX and has anything bad happened account wise?

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LilMirth
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Re: Missed Payment

Given that you weren't 30 days late, there shouldn't be a hit to your credit reports. I don't know how Amex will react to a 1 day late payment, but I think you'll be fine. Just to be sure that it doesn't happen again, though, I'd set up an automatic payment for at least the minimum balance each month. That way, you're covered in the event that it slips your mind, or you're unavailable.

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RockinRay
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Re: Missed Payment

+1

 

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iirundis05 wrote:

My payment of 20.00 was due yesterday. And I completely forgot about it. I woke up this morning and realize that I missed a payment for the first time. So I immediately called into AMEX BLUE customer service and the rep told me it wouldn't be a problem that I was late. So I made a payment of $500 just to bring my total balance a little lower. I also have a AMEX GOLD Rewards card for about a year and a half and I never been late. Any one experience having a late payment with AMEX and has anything bad happened account wise?


You might want to set up an automatic payment on both your cards. If nothing else, that will show AmEx that you don't plan on this happening again.

 

But no, if you've been a good customer, they generally don't get all bent out of shape on this.

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