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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Mike, Mar 26, 2001.
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It will report as an "open" account just as the gold account. If you also have Sign & Travel, they will report another tradeline as a "revolving" line.
By the gold account, do you mean the Blue card? Does AMEX regard the Blue to be roughly equal to their gold card in their "hierarchy" ?
GOLD IS NOT BLUE.
GOLD is a green with higher standards and perks, but still is pay in full, annual fee higher than green.
BLUE is a totally different card, stated credit limit, pay in full, or pay minimum payments, no annual fee.
I love my Personal Card ! Surprise !
Re: AMEX Heirarchy
I've wondered about Mike's second question myself. I think there is an informal heirarchy of AmEx cards:
Lower Level: AmEx Green, Optima Blue
Middle Level: AmEx Gold, AmEx Blue, Optima Platinum, AmEx Platinum Cash Rebate
Higher Levels: AmEx Platinum, "Black Card"
Agreed B UT...
I believe you are correct RichGuy - BUT - on the Charge Cards, it does not matter.
You can charge $XXXXX on any of the Charge Cards.
It does matter more on a firm line of credit card - particularly if it is not a high limit.
Re: Agreed B UT...
The "levels" of the Amex card are useless. You can have a Green card, and charge US$32K a year, or a Platinum card, and charge US$5K a year. It all depends on the membership fee you are willing to spend, and what perks you want with your card.
The Centurion card (a.k.a., black card) is a high end, very customer service oriented charge card. Amex Centurion has partnerships with all airlines, and travel related firms, and markets this card to those who spend a great deal of money on travel related items.
That s the Mystique of AMEX
Well said Chris. Again, ANY AMEX Charge is indeed limitless
over time - with Jason (AMEX) saying the major pattern is the spending patterns in the first 12 months of Card Membership.
I am always thrilled to pay with my Green Card, but would be more thrilled with Gold Card, delighted with Platinum Card, friggin astonished if I ever got Centurion Card.
At least in your comparison - even Green Card was entitled
RESPECTFULLY AS "LOWER LEVEL".
I gather Cross Country Bank qualifies as a true "BASEMENT" card !!!