Here we are again – just two months after the initial round of closures to Bluebird/Serve cards, American Express has gone another another spree of closing more accounts.
More Bluebird/Serve Closures – But Some Still Remain
It had appeared, initially, that the last round was a closure to across all the accounts but many escaped the axe. Those that had escaped proceeded cautiously as many people tried to gather data points to figure out what may have caused the closures on some cards but not all.
Termination of Funds Loading Capabilities On Your ____ Account
We are writing to let you know that we have observed unusual usage patterns on your Bluebird Account. Because of this, effective immediately, you will no longer be able to add money to your Account.1 We have made this change in accordance with Section 22.d of our Member Agreement, which you can view here.
Please be aware that you continue to have full access to the funds on your Account and can withdraw them at any time.
Once your balance reaches $0, please close your Account online via your Profile page accessible here. Scroll down to the Close Accountsection and click “Close Account.”
If you have any questions or would like to inquire further about this issue, you may write to us at the following address:
C/O Customer Relations 02-04-40
4315 S 2700 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84184-0440
Some Still Alive
However, not even this latest closure has shut down all the Bluebird/Serve cards. One card I have access to, a Serve card, has not been closed. But, we also have not done any activity with it at all since the last round. It will be interesting to see what the data points are regarding the accounts that have just been closed and those that still remain open.
Frequent Miler guesses that if Amex follows this possible pattern of doing closures 9 weeks apart, we should know the fate of the still-open Bluebird/Serve cards next on May 6.
Did you get closed down this time? What activity had you done since the last closures?
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