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  1. Although I don’t share your hatred of foreigners, I do agree that Amex is the best in the industry. At least in my experience.
  2. I just got a new Chase business credit card, and I also received a medical bill in a 4-digit amount ($XXXX.xx). To reach the spend requirement faster, do you think I can get away with charging the medical bill to my business credit card? Or will Chase flag my account for using it for an obvious personal expense?
  3. I can see the argument about Scandinavian countries having more homogeneity in their financial systems and thus making it easier to implement, but they have waaay less financial resources and bank power than the US.
  4. Never mind... moderator please delete this thread.
  5. Not a day late. Scandinavian countries have had this for exactly 10 years now.
  6. When did you get denied last time? My Amex blacklisting “only” lasted 10-11 years. After that, they gave me a $10K CL and it’s been growing since.
  7. Funny, they don’t have a single card that I even would slightly consider. Not a single card!!! Maybe I should just drop Barclays.
  8. Thank you both. I’ll try with the PC first and if that doesn’t work, apply for a card with no AF. I was trying to avoid that, but I guess that would be the last resort.
  9. I’ve had the Hawaiian Airlines card for a long and used to fly with them on a regular basis. However, not anymore, and I have a hard time justifying the AF. Anyone know if Barclays allow product change on this card? I really don’t want to lose the high credit.
  10. Three. Amex, BoA, Chase. But I’m pretty sure the hiccup was on my bank’s end.
  11. I guess I just had to post this thread for it to happen. Today the transfers cleared. Interestingly, it happened in the middle of the day. Usually my bank clear the transfers in the middle of the night.
  12. Ok, thank you for the responses. I guess I just have to wait and see.
  13. My payment account details have been stored in my cc accounts for over a year and used monthly, so there's no way that could be incorrect. The 4 amounts vary between $50 and $10K, so I don't think it's because of a large amount. Since then, I've made a subsequent payment to one of the cc's in question, and it cleared in 24 hrs.
  14. I'm not sure this is the right forum, but I'll give it a shot. I'm in a very odd situation. On the same day two weeks ago, I paid off 4 of my credit cards totaling $15K. Usually, those kind of payments would clear my bank account within 24-48 hours. However, this time, it's been two weeks and the money is still sitting in my bank account. Other payments have cleared as normal since then, but not those 4. My credit card issuers claim they have received the money perfectly fine and my accounts are paid off. My bank where the money is still sitting says everything is fine on their end. I tried to tell them that there's a bug in their system, but they don't believe me and that everything is working as normal and that they can't see any such withdrawal attempts. So here I'm sitting on $15K that shouldn't be mine anymore. What does one do? I obviously don't want to spend it. I'm pretty sure the bank will eventually audit and find the discrepancy. So, should I just move it into my savings account and earn a little interest on it?
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