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Get $50 AmEx gift cheque for free consultation
Posted 16 September 2004 - 06:06 AM
Terms of the bonus:
Free Consultation with a Financial Advisor Plus a $50 American Express® Gift Cheque!
Request a complimentary initial consultation with an American Express financial advisor to discuss the financial issues that interest you most. After your meeting, we'll send you a $50 American Express® Gift Cheque.
What can you expect from a consultation? You're likely to find our professional, confidential consultations unique. Here's why -
Your goals. Our advisors concentrate on understanding your needs and goals, rather than only promoting specific products or investments.
Options and advice. Trained in a wide variety of retirement and investment strategies, our financial advisors can lay out the facts and provide you options and advice. They are a good resource for discussing things like reducing taxes, college planning or preparing for a more secure retirement.
No obligation. This is a complimentary consultation. There is no cost or obligation, just sound financial advice.
Experience. With over 100 years of experience, we are part of the American Express Financial Corporation family of companies, which owns or manages more than $228 billion in assets and serves more than 2 million clients.
Sign up today (and receive a free financial booklet!)
Complete this form to have an American Express financial advisor contact you to arrange a complimentary initial consultation at your convenience. Before the meeting, we'll send you our free booklet, "A Common Sense Guide to Money Management," containing financial tips and other important information. Following the consultation, you'll receive a $50 American Express Gift Cheque, accepted at fine retailers and restaurants throughout the world.
Posted 25 March 2017 - 07:32 AM
Yeah, financial advisors work in order to create saving plans as per their clients’ goals. I am looking for best investment plans for my business and for personal savings too. Have to consult a reputed certified financial advisor Las Vegas. He provided few great options and going to discuss it.
Posted 28 March 2017 - 04:28 PM
It was posted in the year of 2004. I believe that this offer expired many years ago.