Does Amex report its business cards to D&B?

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Does Amex report its business cards to D&B?

Postby Socelli » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:04 am

I have an Amex Gold personal card and a Amex Business Platinum card. I was just approved for a Delta SkyMiles Gold card last week but I haven't received the card yet. I know that Amex regularly reports my Gold card activity to the credit bureaus and has been doing so since I held their basic Green card. I keep a close eye on my credit reports and credit scores. But I didn't see the Business Platinum trade line in my Experian report when I recently pulled it. I'm wondering if Amex reports business cards to Dunn & Bradstreet. Does anyone know?
Cards:
American Express: Business Platinum-NPSL, Delta SkyMiles Gold-$2K
Chase: Sapphire Preferred-$5K, Southwest Airlines Visa-$3.7K, Freedom-$400
USAA: Platinum MC-$4K, Advantage Rate MC-$4K, Amex-$4K
FBNO: BucksBack Visa-$1K, Amex-$1.7K
GECRB: Walmart Discover-$3,7K
Barclays: Financing Visa-$3.2K, Juniper MC-$1.1K
Capital One: Platinum MC-$1.5K, Platinum MC-$750
CFNA: Firestone-$1.6K
CitiBank: Office Depot Business Card-$1K


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Postby namvet » Wed Dec 12, 2012 11:58 am

IME yes they do.

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Postby Socelli » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:58 pm

From one namvet (Tay Ninh Province & Phu Loi, 1969) to "Namvet": what's IME?
Cards:
American Express: Business Platinum-NPSL, Delta SkyMiles Gold-$2K
Chase: Sapphire Preferred-$5K, Southwest Airlines Visa-$3.7K, Freedom-$400
USAA: Platinum MC-$4K, Advantage Rate MC-$4K, Amex-$4K
FBNO: BucksBack Visa-$1K, Amex-$1.7K
GECRB: Walmart Discover-$3,7K
Barclays: Financing Visa-$3.2K, Juniper MC-$1.1K
Capital One: Platinum MC-$1.5K, Platinum MC-$750
CFNA: Firestone-$1.6K
CitiBank: Office Depot Business Card-$1K


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Postby SparkyinCA » Wed Dec 12, 2012 3:04 pm

IME = in my experience :)

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Postby Socelli » Wed Dec 12, 2012 6:39 pm

Thanks Sparky.
Cards:
American Express: Business Platinum-NPSL, Delta SkyMiles Gold-$2K
Chase: Sapphire Preferred-$5K, Southwest Airlines Visa-$3.7K, Freedom-$400
USAA: Platinum MC-$4K, Advantage Rate MC-$4K, Amex-$4K
FBNO: BucksBack Visa-$1K, Amex-$1.7K
GECRB: Walmart Discover-$3,7K
Barclays: Financing Visa-$3.2K, Juniper MC-$1.1K
Capital One: Platinum MC-$1.5K, Platinum MC-$750
CFNA: Firestone-$1.6K
CitiBank: Office Depot Business Card-$1K

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Postby namvet » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:43 pm

Welcome home Socelli. Looks like someone else explained the IME. I Corp 67-70 11th Marine regiment.

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Postby Socelli » Thu Dec 13, 2012 2:45 pm

To namvet: Thank you. But If you were in-country for 3 years then it's me that should welcoming YOU. That was over 40 years ago but, hey, we made it back. I probably wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the Marines. I can't say what I want to say here so "thank you" will have to suffice....thank you, very much. I know this isn't the forum for war stories from old timers like us because with all the military conflicts that the U.S. is involved in right now I wonder if anyone remembers the Vietnam war. I know I'd like to forget it sometimes. But it was what it was. Life goes on. I wonder how many contributors to this forum are Vietnam vets like us. To keep in protocol I want to say that I got my first credit card, a Mastercard, from my local credit union 30 days after coming back from Nam. I was 20 years old.
Cards:
American Express: Business Platinum-NPSL, Delta SkyMiles Gold-$2K
Chase: Sapphire Preferred-$5K, Southwest Airlines Visa-$3.7K, Freedom-$400
USAA: Platinum MC-$4K, Advantage Rate MC-$4K, Amex-$4K
FBNO: BucksBack Visa-$1K, Amex-$1.7K
GECRB: Walmart Discover-$3,7K
Barclays: Financing Visa-$3.2K, Juniper MC-$1.1K
Capital One: Platinum MC-$1.5K, Platinum MC-$750
CFNA: Firestone-$1.6K
CitiBank: Office Depot Business Card-$1K


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Postby namvet » Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:56 pm

Thanks Socelli. I also got my first credit card after returning stateside at the ripe old age of 23. Your Mastercard was called a Mastercharge back in those days IIRC lol.

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Postby namvet » Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:54 pm

Sorry Socelli IIRC= If I Recall Correctly



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