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Two years ago I started cleaning up my credit following the strategies posted on CB. In June of 2017 I had no FICO score on TU and circa mid 500s on EQ and EX. Since then I have raised my scores across the board to + 820 with a total unsecured CL +245K.


I received a letter from AMEX today, after not hearing anything from them since 2010 offering to settle a 17K balance for 5.5K I defaulted on in 2010. 


I really don't care if I have an AMEX and am curious as to why they just now decided to reach out with this offer. 


Is this typical of AMEX?


Thanks you for any input.



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There is no mention of Oasis or 1099. It says the offer is good until 01 November. The debt is from August 2010.

Edited by Newton10
Forgot something

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Interesting because I just received a similar letter for alleged debt with them from many years ago.

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