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    Post Is a benefits book supposed to come with my card?

    I posted here about how I was approved for a Platinum Amex.

    Anyways it came by UPS today and I was expecting a box or something like you see in the videos however I just got an envelope with the card in it and the cardholder agreement. There where no books of any kind to tell me about the benefits or anything. Is this normal or did something go wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twelfthjoe View Post
    I posted here about how I was approved for a Platinum Amex.

    Anyways it came by UPS today and I was expecting a box or something like you see in the videos however I just got an envelope with the card in it and the cardholder agreement. There where no books of any kind to tell me about the benefits or anything. Is this normal or did something go wrong?
    Weird. Mine came UPS, in an envelope, but it came with a hardcover benefits booklet, along with the agreement and other paperwork.
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    Is this the revolver or the charge card you got?
    American Express Platinum
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    Hawaiian Airlines BOH MC
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    Capital One Visa Platinum
    Citi Diamond Preferred MC
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlam572 View Post
    Is this the revolver or the charge card you got?
    It's the charge card.
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    I didn't know Amex Platinum had a revolver version.
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    Yeah look at ciberius's sig.
    American Express Platinum
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    this is what I received with my Charge card:










    I had been hoping for something like in the review here lol




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    Quote Originally Posted by danpass View Post
    this is what I received with my Charge card:










    I had been hoping for something like in the review here lol




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    That's how my Platinum charge card came, in a small box. American Express platinum charge cards are not revolvers.
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    Chase United Explorer - Visa Signature
    American Express Business Simply Cash

    American Express Costco Business, American Express Platinum Business
    Bank of America 10k, Capital One Venture World MasterCard 7.5k, Fidelity Visa Signature 10k
    Citibank ThankYou Premier World MasterCard - Card Member since 91, 25k
    Discover 10k Member since 91, Wells Fargo Personal & Business Visa Signature
    USAA World MasterCard 12k, Chase Slate Exclusives Visa 5k

    Lifelock member, USAA credit monitoring, Security Freezes E/E/TU, 800+
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    My gold card in the UK even came in a box like that.
    Amex UK Platinum Charge Card
    Amex Blue Cash USA
    Amex US Gold Corporate Card
    World MasterCard Capital One UK (Free abroad + Cashback + Free Cash Withdrawals with no interest)
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    Nice pictures, thats a business platinum I wonder how the personal platinums are being ship and box now. I've seen some 4 years ago but none in 2012
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