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Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 30, 2013, 07:42:33 PM »
best to have a 3rd person in the loop
Ok thanks.  Well, how about having another AP account for me and another one for my wife say if I wasn't able to get a third person?  Then, rotating the 4 accounts?  Or are we also trying to stay away from multiple accounts per person?  I have several bank accounts and credit cards to do many different AP accounts.  I just don't want to have all AP accounts to be shutdown and get no benefits.  Trying not to be greedy.

Start Here! / Re: Questions and Help for BEGINNERS!
« on: October 30, 2013, 07:11:53 PM »
How do you get elite status???  :P  Seriously!

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 30, 2013, 07:07:10 PM »
Or at least rewritten to indicate the risk.
I was just about to ask about possible revisions because of all the disabled accounts going on. haha
Ok so I finally set up one each for my wife and me, and I did her first money send.  I sequentially withdrew from my end, and I did all this on separate IP addresses (I did hers from our PC, and I did mine from my phone disabling wifi just in case).   It was successful!  Now with the shutdowns, is there a caveat if I were to send from my phone $1000 to her AP account? or is this what we are trying not to do?

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 29, 2013, 03:46:50 AM »
Ok, so I tried to sign up for my first AP account, and I was blocked right away.  Can someone explain this?  This is what I got from them:

Greetings from Amazon Payments.

We appreciate your use of Amazon Payments.  Unfortunately, we have been unable to confirm your account information.  This may be because you failed to respond to our past requests for more information or we could not confirm identity information provided by you.

In either case, we are now required to restrict your Amazon Payments account features.

We apologize for any resulting inconvenience and appreciate your understanding of our need to take this action.

Please sign in to your account and contact us should you have any questions about our need to take this action.

- The Amazon Payments Team

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 29, 2013, 02:33:58 AM »
Hi guys! How about this scenario?  My circle will be my business name with business checking and business credit card, my personal checking and Sapphire, and my wife's checking (joint w/ me) and her Citi AAdvantage?  Would this work without flags?  Is business name even going to make the cut in a "personal" designated AP account?  And, would they catch that I just opened an account for my wife and business sequentially with the AP accounts?  By the way, I turned off wifi on my iPhone to have different IP from PC.  Let me know if this is even smart.

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 28, 2013, 12:13:18 AM »
I do not think there is an exact 'safe' number, but IMO, I would not start out with more than one or two.
Ok thanks!  How about using my normal Amazon account as opposed to making new ones just for the churn?

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 27, 2013, 10:26:59 PM »
Yayyy!  So, I've made it to the party, and I'm stayin!  By the way, how many AP accounts is safe, and which card is best to use it with: Chase Bold (this is for sure as I'm trying to reach the thresh), Sapphire, Freedom, Citi AAd, and/or Quicksilver X 3?  Is it safe to use my normal Amazon account (one I always use), or should I create dummy ones for my wife and me just for the churn process?

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 27, 2013, 07:35:06 PM »
I'm fairly certain you will get shut down quickly.

Ugh...well I guess I'll start doing the Bluebird option.  Do you know any other ones comparable to the Amazon churn?

Credit Cards / Re: Amazon Payments Master Thread
« on: October 27, 2013, 04:26:10 PM »
Hello guys!  Thanks so much for the great info.  I'm new here, and I was wondering if the Amazon Payments for travel points is still working currently, and whether or not I should worry about my current Amazon account being flagged or closed if I were to use it with AP.  Should I not even use my normal account and just make a few dummy accounts for this purpose? My wife doesn't have one yet, so I will for sure create an AP account for her.  How many AP accounts at one time (for this point earning process) is in the safe, less detectable zone?  Account candidates for linkage are as follows: I have a Schwab Account under just me, Citi Checking and a few Savings and Money Market accounts, Citi Business Checking and Savings under my business name with me as the authorized user, Chase Checking and Savings accounts under just me, and a local credit union savings account.  My wife only has one Citi joint checking account with me, and nothing else, as I am in charge of the finances.  I just started getting into the travel credit card bandwagon, and now I have a Chase Ink Bold (recently obtained), Chase Sapphire (recent), Chase Freedom, Citi AAdvantage (recent), and 3 Capital One Quicksilvers.  What is the best way of utilizing these cards and bank accounts to max money/points making potential?  At the same time, what is also safe?  I've read the Wiki, yet I'm just being cautious, and would much rather get a current answer from someone, just in case something has changed in the AP policies.  The thread is just so much to go through.  Please help! Thanks!  :D

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