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Tue, 22 Jul 2008 01:56:43 +0000Beware of AmEx Green Card annual membership charges $95 for the primary card holder and $35 for each additional card member (spouse or adult children in college). By and large AmEx is more consumer friendly than other cards I've held, however, the benefits (1 year product warranties on purchases) aren't worth the cost.
Fri, 09 Nov 2007 20:04:58 +0000You guys are hilarious. Of course this isn't a good card if you don't spend a lot. Isn't that how most cash back cards are? The more you spend, the more you get. For those, like me, who spend ~$6,000 a month, this card is gold. You can't beat it. Amex isn't lying. You're just being stupid if you don't read the fine print. Everyone knows what you're getting when you sign up, it's right there in the writing. Why would you sign up for a card and not read the fine print? Every company has these types of restrictions and disclosures. You're acting like Amex invented it or something. It's all about sifting through the disclosures and rates and deciding for yourself what's the best card. This card is great for people who spend a lot. If you buy $2,000 in groceries a year you're not EVER going to find a card that will pay you high rates.
Sun, 04 Nov 2007 07:12:55 +0000This just goes to show you that you must read and understand everything before signing your name and that includes all the confusing small print in credit card company lingo. Then hope they don't change it because then you will have to read and understand again.
Mon, 08 Oct 2007 03:53:54 +0000Thanks for the info guys.......it was very helpful. I'll go with Blue Cash AEX but I plan a MC or Visa backup . Does anyone know of a 5% card for dining.
Sun, 12 Aug 2007 21:09:50 +0000The fact they say "up to" should be all the honesty I need. It's like saying the lottery, you HAVE A CHANCE of winning (no matter how small it is)