This is a roundup of news and other interesting pieces that I’ve come across over the last few days. Wyndham Rewards is giving away 100M points, Equifax issued wrong credit scores, IHG One Rewards Upgrade benefit, discounts at major retailers, earn Amex Membership Rewards with Small Businesses payments.
Wyndham Rewards returns to Sedgefield Country Club this week as proud title sponsor of the 83rd annual Wyndham Championship, bringing with it the chance for fans at the course and at home to win their share of over 100 million Wyndham Rewards points.
The scores were sometimes off by as much as 25 or more points in either direction. That’s likely enough to affect interest rates on those loans or even result in applications being rejected.
Some InterContinental hotels have already started to rename their club lounges under different names to prevent complimentary access. Now IHG says that Complimentary and Confirmable upgrades to Club rooms don’t come with ANY club benefits.
Months ago these chains stocked up on merchandise, preparing for supply chain shortages and what they projected to be robust consumer demand. But since they ordered, their plans have been derailed by the highest inflation in more than 40 years and slumping consumer confidence.
Through this new digital solution, business customers can send payments funded from their business bank account to their suppliers in more than 40 countries, across a range of currencies, using a simple, mobile-friendly platform. Eligible customers can earn 1 Membership Rewards® point for every $30 equivalent on their foreign exchange payments (maximum of 4,000 points per payment). American Express Global Pay is currently available to eligible U.S. American Express Small Business Card Members.