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I got an email from Client (Simon Properties) on Friday saying they cannot issue me a check because the payment was satisfied, and amex has the money. In addition, I was charged 1599.22 for the transaction fee for amex.
My merchant account was with Intuit not Amex. I didn't speak with amex because Intuit was the one that charged my account on 8/20. Nothing in writing just an email from Intuit that it was returned. Payment was for work performed in April. Client has no reason to cause problems as I am currently doing a considerable amount of work for them that they are very happy with.
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