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Financial companies that have AMEX corporate cards for employees?
I really have tried to Google this but English is not my first language. Is there a list of financial services firms, that shows which companies offer AMEX to their employees for business related spending?

I know this list probably doesn't exist. Who would have access to and reveal AMEX's entire business card client base but just want to ask.

I want to work for a financial services firm, any firm, and I would like this as a perk of employment in case it helps get in the door with AMEX as a personal card holder. I know it probably doesn't make any difference but if the company asks for my SSN it might show up on my personal credit report and help somehow.

Thank you!

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This is not a perk as you call it.

* The only thing that can be changed on the Company Credit Card are company expenses.

* It will not show on your credit report ( mine does not show ) so it will not help with credit history/score.

wake up you are living in a dream world.

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