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Blue Cash from American Express Review

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Updated July 22, 2013 and originally published November 12, 2010.

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avatar 1 Anonymous

This sounds like an awesome card. Do you know what credit score you need to possibly be approved for it?

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avatar 2 Anonymous

I have this card and use it for 100% of my spending. Easily get hundreds of dollars back in rewards once a year. Love it!

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avatar 3 Anonymous

Yea, with AMEX cards, it is best to find one that you can really use and stick with it so that you are able to get back the highest amount possible. I have 3 AMEX cards, and because of the way I have used the cards, I benefit from the Gold Delta SkyMiles credit card the most. I have the TrueEarnings/Costco AMEX credit card which is a joke, the Blue Cash Card, which I did not use enough to get any real benefits from having it because I pretty much focused on getting miles from the Gold Delta SkyMiles credit card. I have been able to purchase 4 round trip tickets using the miles I have accumulated just this past year and a half. I think the wise way to use these cards unless you have one for business or have friends/family you can give a card to, is to have one that will benefit your lifestyle and use that as your single most used credit card.

I think what Chase Bank did to the Soldiers and their families serving in the past wars was the single most disgusting act I have ever heard a bank take part in. Once I saw the families that really struggled for themselves other families who had a parent or sibling serving this Country and the way Chase ripped them off, made them spend years having no right, having the bank foreclose on their house and a bunch of other added late fees, things that are against the law for a soldier in active duty. I immediately closed my accounts with Chase, ripped up the one credit card I had with them, and sent their main headquarters a letter of shame and disgust. The bank took over for WAMU (which I had for many years) and is filled with a bunch of money hungry top executives who will do anything to rip their customers off. I cannot see them changing their tune for this last rip-off scam they did to the Armed Service Men & Women and their families. I would stay as far as you can from this bank, if it takes a little pride for the soldiers who fight for this countries freedom. I have been trying to follow what the government did as a punishment to Chase Bank, but it has gone so undercover, once I found out what they had actually been doing for years to the soldiers and their families, I have not been able to follow the story anymore.

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