Not via ordinary post. Requested for a replacement that was sent as Priority.Did you receive your Chase card via ordinary post? Hoe long did it take? Do we need to have MyUS PREMIUM account or it is time we to relocate? TIA
After a long period of indecisiveness, took the plunge and got the Platinum. 125k welcome bonus and 15x on dining for 6 months (up to $25k) swung the pendulum for me. Still don't see the value in keeping it beyond Year 1, but will decide closer to the date.
I only got 60k when I applied ha but it was only $450 fee back then. Will renew for one more year at $550 (Got 30K retention offer). Not sure about next year. Retention offer is normally available every 13 months so I tried to get one early. Might keep for another year if the offer next year is good. If I were you, I would ask about the retention offer. They offer 30k-50k now but when the fee is higher next year, we might be able to get 50k+
Absolutely! I have reloaded my travel bank thrice.Twice from Aspire (since it's a calendar year benefit), once from Platinum.I have got the amex hilton aspire card. Can I use the $250 airline credit on UA travel bank?
Those of who you are using Wise to pay your cards. How do you get around "No Further Credit." Are there any additional charges like $20 in XE?
It's not clear what you mean by "MyUS won't work with Amex."I have read on many sites that MyUS wont work with Amex etc.
Is this not the case anymore and it is fine?
Can we still make manual payments without direct debits?If you are using Wise, you can open a USD account and just pay the card via direct debit, you don't need to setup a manual payment for that.
The struggle people has was before Wise allows people to have a USD account with direct debit.
It depends on what you mean by manual payment. If you are referring to making one off payment on the amex website using registered account details, then yes, but it will go via the same system as direct debit.Can we still make manual payments without direct debits?
Thank you. I heard recently that MyUS was being tagged as a commercial address so when you do international transfer to open your new Amex it gets rejected.It's not clear what you mean by "MyUS won't work with Amex."
I got all three of my US Amexes via MYUS, although there're reported hit and miss situations with lower-end cards, which Amex mostly sends through USPS. However, I had no issues with receiving all of my cards, including lower-end ones. You can always ask them to re-issue the card to your Aus address if you run into trouble.
I have two US Amex cards. One was opened in January 2020 and the other this year, in June 2021. Both came via MyUS without any issues.… I heard recently that MyUS was being tagged as a commercial address so when you do international transfer to open your new Amex it gets rejected.
I am so sorry, I misread the article completely.I have two US Amex cards. One was opened in January 2020 and the other this year, in June 2021. Both came via MyUS without any issues.
I read this somewhere: “You should see something like "Remaining Statement Balance" which takes into account any credits that have posted”. Was that of any help?I finally got my dining credit for September's Starbuck's spend on my Aspire card, but given how long it took, a statement has generated in the meantime, so it shows a statement balance of $20, but a total balance of zero, do I still need to pay off the statement balance?