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    namvet... I beg to differ. I have one of my Amex fees waived each year SO LONG AS... I maintain my Platinum now Centurion card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namvet View Post
    Amex doesn't waive fees. Would you ask your country club to waive their fee? It's a membership fee and should be treated as such! A small price to pay to be a member in the Amex club. I have been a member and paid the fees since 1971. I look forward to the membership fee bill each year. That way i know i'm still accepted into the club.
    That is AmEx USA policy, apparently Canada waives fees. (Along with other things, right FastSRT8?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCarter View Post
    That is AmEx USA policy, apparently Canada waives fees. (Along with other things, right FastSRT8?)
    LOL yes... I got one of my fees waived and still have it waived perpetually. Even have a note attached to file.
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    I want a gold card and I want my fees waived. Maybe I'll move to Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agp View Post
    I want a gold card and I want my fees waived. Maybe I'll move to Canada.
    You won't be able to waive your primary card's fees. You need to pay that. What I for waived was me SECOND Amex card...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneytalks View Post
    You won this round Fastsrt8! I will be glowing before you...
    Mogul of pineapples has more than 1000 and his doesn't glow ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneytalks View Post
    Mogul of pineapples has more than 1000 and his doesn't glow ....
    LOL! Well then thanks for verifying that. One 'goal' I can get rid of on my goals list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moneytalks View Post
    Mogul of pineapples has more than 1000 and his doesn't glow ....
    I was joking when I said it glowed, I am sure someone could photoshop the ability and send it to the admin to implement.
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