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Well, a business card means you work for a company that can pay what you charge...in my opinion, not as impressive as personal Amex cards, but if you own the business and have both personal black and business, that's really impressive haha
I wonder if Amex Centurion will even issue you both a personal and business card.... I mean when I received my card, I got 2 black cards in my name (plus a supplementary card for the wife). I asked them why they gave me 2 black cards with two different numbers. They said it's so that should I wish to separate my charges, I can.
So with this, I wonder IF they will give you a business one even if you asked.
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