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I am a student and do not have credit at all. Do you think I will qualify for the Blue card from American Express?

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To apply for the Blue card from American Express you need to have a good or excellent credit score. This means you need a credit score of at least 700. Although, some applicants have been approved with a credit score as low as 650. If you are a student, you can choose a credit card […] Continue reading

Can I apply to the Alitalia Amex card if I am a US citizen?

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Unfortunately, no. The Alitalia American Express Platinum Card is not available for the US residents. However, we can recommend you a great alternative. Continue reading

How much should I spend to earn $200 bonus cash back on Cash Magnet card from Amex?

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The American Express Cash Magnet Card has a standard sign up bonus. You simply need to spend $1,000 or more in purchases with your new Cash Magnet card within the first 3 months in order to earn the $200 cash back bonus. The bonus will be given in the form of a statemnt credit. The […] Continue reading

What fees apply to the cash Magnet card from amex?

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The American Express Cash Magnet Card does not have an annual fee, but some fees are rather high. For example, you will need to pay a foreign transaction fee of 2,7% if you will try to use you card abroad. Moreover, balance transfer and cash advance fees apply to the Cash Magnet Card. Continue reading

There are so many American Express travel credit cards, I do not know how to choose. My credit is good. Any recommendations?

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First of all, you should choose a credit card that fits your lifestyle. For example, if you are always fly on Delta airlines, American Express Delta credit cards may be a good choice for you. Continue reading

I’ve accumulated $5,000 balance on my AmEx Blue credit card. Do you think an American Express balance transfer credit card is a good option for me if I already have an account with them?

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Unfortunately, you won’t be able to transfer the balance of one American Express credit card to another American Express credit card as balance transfers between two cards of one issuer are not allowed. Continue reading

I keep hearing that the Bluebird by American Express card is a great, low-fee option for a prepaid card. But I don’t really know the difference between a prepaid card and a credit card. Can you explain?

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Of course. A prepaid card and a credit card may look the same, but they are very different. A prepaid card is closer to a debit card, because you are spending money you have already loaded onto the card. With a prepaid card, you will never go into debt the way you can with a credit card. Continue reading

My daughter just turned 13 and I’d like to get her an American Express prepaid card. Is she eligible? And how will it work? Will I be able to oversee her spending?

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This is perfect timing, because 13 is the age that kids must be to get a prepaid card. How it works is, you will need to apply for the card yourself, and then open up a Family Account. You’ll add your daughter to the account, and you can add funds to your own account, which you will then be able to… Continue reading

I’m trying to improve my credit score and I have an Amex Bluebird card. Will this help me build credit?

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Unfortunately, the answer is no, a prepaid card like the Bluebird card will not help you improve your credit score. Because a prepaid card allows you to spend your own money, not access a line of credit, it is not actually showing your… Continue reading

I filed chapter 7 and was discharged in 2012. I have no other credit cards secure or unsecured, the only payments I’m making is my car payments to my credit union. I tried to apply for the American Express card via Costco but I was turned down. How can I start building my credit? Thank you

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A good credit card to build credit after bankruptcy is a secured credit card. Secured credit cards require a minimum security deposit of about $200 or less, depending on your creditworthiness. The credit limit is usually equal to the deposit but the minimum is $200. Continue reading

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