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Why does Verizon Consider AMEX Debit Cards as Credit Card?

I have the debit card issued by American Express National Bank and tried to set it as the payment method for autopay to get $10 discount. However, I faced the message that "not eligible for discount". 

It looks like that Verizon regards the debit card issued by AMEX as the credit card, which makes it not eligible for $10 discount. 

Why does Verizon consider debit cards issued by AMEX as credit cards?

Does anyone use the AMEX debit card for autopay and get $10 discount with it? 


#amexdebitcard #noteligible #autopaydiscount

Re: Why does Verizon Consider AMEX Debit Cards as Credit Card?
Customer Support

As long as the AMEX card is associated with an ACH account and not provisioned on the bank side as a credit card, it would still be eligible. Have you tried using the ACH information instead?