Back dating report

I don’t have any recent applications with American Express, so I haven’t been able to confirm this personally but feel free to share your data points in the comments.It’s important to remember that at the moment this change is only effecting new accounts that are opened, if your American Express card has already reported the old date then it will continue to do so.

This is a bit of a nuisance as opening a new American Express card was always an easy way to boost your average age of accounts for those that had a long history with American Express.

That being said, here are two good reasons as to why you shouldn’t panic: This change won’t make a different to my American Express strategy, I’ll continue to wait for best in show offers on personal cards and aggressively churn business cards whenever a suitable bonus comes along. Also please let us know your data points about backdating after this March 21st date in the comments below. S At this stage I don’t see any possible advantage of calling in to discuss this change, as this was never a publicly discussed benefit to American Express cards I doubt we’ll see an official announcement either.

Some scam artists use bogus profiles to con the people they meet out of hundreds or thousands of dollars.

Criminals who perpetrate online dating and romance scams use emotional appeals to quickly gain their victims’ trust and then, just as quickly, exploit it.

My understanding is that they were legally able to do this because they honored American’s letters of credit (traveller’s cheques and money orders) at the start of World War 1 in 1914 (don’t ask me how these two are related if anybody can provide more background that would be fantastic).

There are a number of theories on why American Express made this change (something to do with trying to keep Costco cardholders – which makes little to no sense to me).

Fake profiles may have discrepancies or inconsistencies, like disproportionate height and weight, or be suspiciously vague. Online dating and romance scams often begin like any other online relationship: interested individuals exchange basic information, like their line of work, their city, and their hobbies and interests.

Scammers may then ask their victims to leave the dating site and use personal email or instant messaging (IM).

Con artists may express their “love” quickly and effusively, find similarities with the victim, and claim the online match was destiny.

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