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KAK wrote:I was looking for the information on how to push the payment. I would like to be able to over pay leaving a credit balance making my limit larger.
Kak is right. This is a method to create a credit balance that gives you more spending power. More importantly it is a method to increase your NPSL limit quickly. I used this method to push my NPSL spending limit from 3.5k to over 70k in 2-3 months. Pulling a payment via AMEX interface will not allow you to pay over a certain amount of outstanding balance (1k?).
Kak, to push a payment from Chase. The easiest way is to set up a bill pay for AMEX using their mailing address and your account number. No need for Amex receiving account information. It will look like you are trying to set up payments to pay by mail. However almost for sure that Chase and Amex will do so electronically. Should take a couple of business days to post.
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