American Express Loan 0 Offer: Finding an Offer
- Account login is required to locate special offer
- Login credential recovery assistance is provided
- American Express contact information is available
American Express is now running a fall personal loan promotion in which cardholders can take advantage of a loan of up to $40,000, APRs as low as 6.98%, and fixed monthly payments. Those who wish to see the details of their pre-approved offer can begin by going to the site shown on the mailing correspondence. Upon arrival at the site, a User ID and password can be entered to login to an existing American Express account and find out what offer is in store (this is NOT for refinancing like the SoFi Refi offer). Cardholders who have forgotten a User ID or password can click the link provider beneath the login fields to begin the account recovery process.
More on American Express Personal Loans
- Must be a resident of the United States or one of its territories to be eligible
- Some members may only be approved to use the loan for debt consolidation
- Applicants must be in good standing with American Express and at least 18
- Applicants have up to 3 days after approval to review and sign the agreement
- Most applicants will receive a decision in a matter of minutes (talk about quick!)
It should be pointed out that those who have yet to register for online access will need to do so before checking out the American Express Loan 0 offer. In order to begin the registration process, the 15 digit card number and 4 digit card ID must entered. Please note that cardholders who create an account before applying for the American Express Loan 0 offer may need to wait a day before receiving a rate and applying for the loan. Those in need of support can try clicking the Contact Us link at the bottom of the offer page to bring up the live chat feature. In addition to live chat, American Express support can also be reached by toll-free phone.
American Express Loan 0 Offer Support Numbers
- 888-800-8564 (for corporate cards)
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