What I find really doubtful is how a big bank like American Express would treat its customers as if we didn`t deserve a timely service. Because I gurante that if I were a traditional Amex credit card holder, I would immediately prepared my problem with all the attention. But as I am a bluebird prepaid customer, I am treated as a prepaid customer. What doesn`t make sense, I mean, American Express is the map publisher, it`s not like I`m tied to a 3rd party to which Amex is reluctantly bound. They still represent the Amex brand and don`t know any more about me when they had their credit customers, except that I owned Bluebird instead. This should not define how customer service treats you. Some think it could be a backdoor pressure from banking regulation: frequentmiler.boardingarea.com/2016/01/08/amex-kills-bluebird-and-serve-for-manufactured-spend/comment-page-2/#comment-1511095 One of my two Bluebird accounts was closed at 1/8 and with the same email. This sucks like I almost have 6K unload and just a card to do it.
its 2020 now and I got the same email from bluebird and I wondered if there was a solution for us By the way, you are aware that some stores do not accept credit cards, but if I am my bluebird it goes through the credit card and I have a pin to use. Although I didn`t have to go through a credit review to get my Bluebird card according to civil law, it is stipulated that if someone is able to jump through his products with a pine number which is an intriguing part of using a debit card, so if I drag her to court, I will accuse them of violating the truth in granting TILA credit.