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amazonpayments Amazon Payments is one of the best ways to Manufacture Spend, but alas, like all good things, it is coming to an end.  As of this writing, you can send $1000 fee-free every month to anyone that you want.  My wife and I have been doing this for several months, back from our first ever credit card churn, but Amazon recently announced that as of October 13, you will no longer be able to send money person to person.

The counter resets each month, so if you haven’t already done it in September, you’re running out of time.  Keep it in your mind, because you’ll want to make sure to make October’s payment by the 12th, or else you won’t be able to do it.

We just made our September payments the other day – mine on a United 50,000 mile offer and my wife’s on her Club Carlson Visa card, both of which we got in our latest churn, though not without having to do a bit of housekeeping and follow up!

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