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I've got an AMEX CC w/a $15,000 limit, but I don't have the card. Will AMEX send me a card?
The account is about 10 years old and credit utilization is 0%. But I don't want them to close it so I'm confused on calling them or not. I could really use that credit right about now....Thanks.

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Yes, AMEX will issue you a new card!

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If you no longer have the card, contact AMEX and request that a new card be sent to you immediately.  Tell them you have misplaced your card, not that it has been stolen, and you would like a new card sent to you.

It should be no problem if your account is in good standing.

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Thanks for the info!!!

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Go to annualcreditreport.com and get copies of all three credit reports.  There you can see what, is showing and how to contact them.  I do suspect that, after 10 years with no use, the AMEX card was closed for inactivity. I advise taking the time to read the articles on this site so you can learn about credit.

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