- Centurion Member
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- Joined: Fri Mar 09, 2012 9:29 am
- Location: San Francisco, CA
International dollar card American express. You can do search for it. In any case, it is issued out of the UK American express office using their lending standards. Basically it was designed for people who travelled a lot or lived in multiple countries so they could always have their card biled in one currency. There is an euro version of card where everything is billed in euros. Basically lots of people can apply for card no matter what country of residence. If/when you apply, you need to basically say you want card since you travel all over world etc. since using UK lending standards, you basically need to have reference from banker. Not sure what kind of assets or reference they now require for centurion, but you basically just need that. You only get the benefits of centurion that UK office sets up so different than US.
Amex Centurion, Amex Platinum, Amex BCP 8k->24k (5/23/12), Amex TE 15k, Cap One 1.5% 15k->20k (8/7/13), CSP 25k, Chase Palladium 100k, Citibank AA 35k (AU), Firestone 1.8k->2.2k->2.4k (8/20/12), JFCU Jloc 30k, PenFed Plat Rewards 30k, SF Fire 30k, US Bank Cash+ 25k