Earn 50,000 Membership Rewards Points as new AMEX Business Platinum Member

Over the years I’ve posted numerous times about the difference between selling on price vs. value.  And for those established clients you know we’re big proponents of value or getting as much as you can for each dollar you spend. In August we turn ten years old and we’ve gotten here in part due to the powerful tools and partners we’ve amassed.  One of them is American Express and awhile back we were offered an American Express Business Platinum card. I can’t tell you how beneficial the decision to move forward has been.  I’ve been a personal member of American Express for most of my adult life and have enjoyed unparalleled customer service.  We had an issue with an SUV we rented for a summer and returned with a damaged bumper.  AMEX contacted the rental agency directly and covered all repairs.  In the past we’ve had issues with clients on big projects falling behind.  Again AMEX came through with Working Capital that bought us enough time to get over that hump.And that’s just the half of it. The Platinum card gets you access into hundreds of airport lounges and when redeeming points American Express Travel Services is among the very best travel services I’ve ever used. For hotels, airfare, and care rentals etc. they just take care of things the busy professional has little time for. I’m just such a believer in American Express and I think you will be too.  Today American Express is offering our friends Membership Rewards® points after they spend $10,000 and an extra 50,000 points after they spend an additional $15,000 on qualifying purchases on their new Card within their first 3 months of Card Membership. If you have a business I encourage you to look into this. Obviously you need to use your card to collect the points but again it’s been a great card and I’m confident that if you use it you will agree there are few corporate cards that are as good a value.  To apply for The Business Platinum Card® use this link and we can both get rewarded when you’re approved.

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