06-18-2008 07:15 AM
06-18-2008 07:18 AM
06-18-2008 07:19 AM
I was only curious about something. Isnt there a rumored Black Amex card that only the wealthy and rich can get? its supposed to have an unlimited credit line and its almost impossible to get.has anyone esle heard of this card? i remember hearing about it on the E! channel and stuff about what movie stars use, but is it actually real and if so, how hard is it to get? I dont make 7 digits a year as no one here does, i was only wondering about this, if it was real or not.
06-18-2008 07:22 AM
06-18-2008 07:25 AM
yeah thats true, sorry i said that. some people might make 1 mil a year, (not me)i apolgize for saying that.hmm so thats what its called. centurion. cool. i didnt know if it was real or not. but how do they invite you for it?
06-18-2008 07:26 AM
06-18-2008 07:28 AM
bcnu176 wrote:yeah thats true, sorry i said that. some people might make 1 mil a year, (not me)i apolgize for saying that.hmm so thats what its called. centurion. cool. i didnt know if it was real or not. but how do they invite you for it?Please, no apologies for that! Trust me, I'm not one of them either.Rumor used to be that to qualify to receive the invitation to the Centurion card, you first needed to have an Amex Platinum charge card and spend $250K per year on it for ten years straight. I believe those were old guidelines, however, because there have been reports of people getting the Centurion after spending only $150K or so for a couple of years in a row.
06-18-2008 07:44 AM
06-18-2008 07:47 AM
The same reason they want the lamborghini to begin with: status
bcnu176 wrote:(but why would celebs need a credit card? they can pay cash outright for a lamborghini)
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