Fun Fact: If you live in Massachusetts, the new Amex annual fee policy on prorating won’t apply

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Just got a notice in the mail stating that starting in September, annual fees will no long be pro-rated. Once you go 30 days past the fee, it’s sunk for the year.

We had ahead up that was coming, but hidden in the letter was the fact that it won’t apply to those that live in Massachusetts.  I’m guessing the government there has some laws around getting what you pay for. Nice work, MA.

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