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I have a similar question. I had a AMEX gold card from 1981 to 1995. Always paid on time / never late. I voluntarily cancelled the card because I did not use it that much.
In 1998, I had a Chap 7. Bk due to an injury. I discharged an AMEX Optima gold card with about $15,000 on it.
Yesterday, I got my legal settlement (the injury) in the mail.
Does it make any difference to AMEX if I prove what caused the BK? I ask this as my BK was not frivolous in any way. I am 40% disabled for life due to the injury, however I work and make a satisfactory income.
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Yes, it can help what the cause of the BK was, but they will probably still hold you to most of the balance. Just ask Dogman on his experience.
I am sure you must pay the entire whole balance.
I also may have gotten the Card, BUT, my whole intent
in calling AMEX in the first place was simply to pay off that old $1700 debt I ran up in college and never paid off. YEA - it was NOT reported on any TRW - but it was the
one thing I still had not made right.
I paid the balance, and an Acct Mgr helped me obtain a new Green Card, with a Chap 13 on my reports. I explained
medical reasons, etc, and she approved me. I have exceptional respect of the power of this Card.
I do not think AMEX is going to offer or help you get a card if you simply went Chap 7, then - automatically - ever give you a card again - even if you do pay it back.
I have also read posts about the Secured Optima Card -
they decline you for that if you've ever stiffed AMEX.
$15000 is a lot to pay back - but that's your answer.