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Amex Platinum 100K Targeted Offer
Yesterday DDG brought news of a new targeted Amex Platinum 100K offer that was showing up for some when clicking through to the American Express website from Baidu. I personally wasn’t able to replicate it yesterday, but thanks to a new comment on Doctor of Credit I was able to get the offer to show up tonight!
It turns out that you don’t need to go through Baidu. Instead, you just need to go to the Amex website and have a typo or two. You can find the detailed instructions in the DoC comment. I suggest reading them carefully along with the responses to see if this will work for you.
Keep in mind that Amex has given customers a very hard time in the past when they have applied through various Amex Platinum 100K links. With that said, this offer is supposedly prequalified based on your name, address and the last four digits of your social, but following the method on DoC is a little in the gray area. Use your own best judgement and feel free to read up on what Amex has done in the past.
Were you able to get this Amex Platinum 100K offer to show up? Let us know in the comments.
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