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Re: Pay Over Time--AMEX Platinum

 

I never read my AMEX statements but now that I did, it shows $35K on Platinum and $35K on Zync.

 

I doubt they would extend a $70K of pay over time credit line to me. 

 

I bet when you have multiple cards, they combine the pay over time credit lines.  Does anyone know this for sure?

 

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Re: Pay Over Time--AMEX Platinum

I got a letter (snail mail) **bleep** seems to be the standard CL **bleep**

 

I did not get any such notice **bleep**

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Re: Pay Over Time--AMEX Platinum

Hmm weird, everything in my last post showed up as "bleep". I was saying that my limit is also 35k, so it's standard.

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