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ZYNC points

how long does it take for points to post to the account? for the amex zync


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Re: ZYNC points

Gold took forever. Almost 2 biling cycles ~ 60 days. Yours may be sooner but my friend who has a Zync said the same thing.

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Re: ZYNC points

wow ok i dont mean for the 10k points i got for signing up (because it said 8-10 weeks) but normal points from buying stuff


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Re: ZYNC points

Mine takes about one billing statement.

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Re: ZYNC points

Oh, around a week to two weeks after your billing cycle they will show up as pending. Then after another billing cycle they will clear.

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Re: ZYNC points

any one use money manager from AMEX

 


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Re: ZYNC points

The 10K posted on the 2nd statement (i already spent $250 the first month)

 

My others points generally post about a week after the statement posts.




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Re: ZYNC points

i already spent almost 200 including the AF's and i paid my cell phone with it to get 2x points


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Re: ZYNC points


afbar1114 wrote:

i already spent almost 200 including the AF's and i paid my cell phone with it to get 2x points


Did you sing up for any of the packs?




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Re: ZYNC points

yea the dinning pack and connect pak


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