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Now, all that said, if you don’t have a Paypal account, or have not used it during the time that the transaction occurred, or otherwise don’t remember a purchase that correlates to that entry on your bank statement, by all means you should contact your bank, as it’s still entirely possible that it is fraudulant.

Since then, American Express (a Credit Card Forum advertising partner) raised the annual fee all the way up to ,500.

In addition, they’ve now tacked on a ,500 so-called “initiation fee” just to get the card.

A: The qualifications for the American Express Centurion card (a.k.a the “Black Card”) haven’t really been altered significantly since the card was first issued (in stealth mode) in 1999, but American Express has always been very strict about who gets to enter their posh club (as in the card is “by invitation only” and that’s just the beginning).

Let’s take a look at what’s currently required for 2016 if you have serious interest in this most exclusive credit card: When the card first came out, the annual fee was “only”

Now, all that said, if you don’t have a Paypal account, or have not used it during the time that the transaction occurred, or otherwise don’t remember a purchase that correlates to that entry on your bank statement, by all means you should contact your bank, as it’s still entirely possible that it is fraudulant.

Since then, American Express (a Credit Card Forum advertising partner) raised the annual fee all the way up to $2,500.

In addition, they’ve now tacked on a $7,500 so-called “initiation fee” just to get the card.

A: The qualifications for the American Express Centurion card (a.k.a the “Black Card”) haven’t really been altered significantly since the card was first issued (in stealth mode) in 1999, but American Express has always been very strict about who gets to enter their posh club (as in the card is “by invitation only” and that’s just the beginning).

Let’s take a look at what’s currently required for 2016 if you have serious interest in this most exclusive credit card: When the card first came out, the annual fee was “only” $1,000.

Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance (including premiums for optional credit insurance) is not paid in full within 6 months. See card agreement for details including APR applicable to you.

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Now, all that said, if you don’t have a Paypal account, or have not used it during the time that the transaction occurred, or otherwise don’t remember a purchase that correlates to that entry on your bank statement, by all means you should contact your bank, as it’s still entirely possible that it is fraudulant.Since then, American Express (a Credit Card Forum advertising partner) raised the annual fee all the way up to $2,500.In addition, they’ve now tacked on a $7,500 so-called “initiation fee” just to get the card.A: The qualifications for the American Express Centurion card (a.k.a the “Black Card”) haven’t really been altered significantly since the card was first issued (in stealth mode) in 1999, but American Express has always been very strict about who gets to enter their posh club (as in the card is “by invitation only” and that’s just the beginning).Let’s take a look at what’s currently required for 2016 if you have serious interest in this most exclusive credit card: When the card first came out, the annual fee was “only” $1,000.Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance (including premiums for optional credit insurance) is not paid in full within 6 months. See card agreement for details including APR applicable to you.

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Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the purchase balance (including premiums for optional credit insurance) is not paid in full within 6 months. See card agreement for details including APR applicable to you.

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