[Targeted] AmEx Offer: Indeed.com, Spend $100+ & Receive $100 Statement Credit

Update 10/3/22: Back again until 1/31/2023.

Update 1/14/22: Available again through 3/31/22.

Update 10/23/20: Offer available again.

The Offer

No direct link, targeted offer

  • Get a one-time $100 statement credit by using your enrolled Card to spend a minimum of $100+ in one or more transactions online at https://www.indeed.com/partner/amexoffer by 12/20/19

The Fine Print

  • Valid online only.
  • Offer is non-transferable.
  • Limit of 1 statement credit(s) per American Express® online account.

Our Verdict

They offered the same deal last year. Keep in mind that Indeed.com doesn’t bill until the 1st of the following month charges are incurred, so any charges made in December wouldn’t qualify for this offer. Only really useful if you have a real business that needs to hire new staff/advertise a position.

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J.L.
J.L.

I had a nightmare using this offer for resume services. Indeed’s charges (the first was a “resume review” for $19 and the second was a “resume re-write” for $89) wouldn’t trigger the statement credit. CS reps gave me at least 5 reasons this happened such as: I didn’t click through the correct link (I used the affiliate link but indeed.com is listed in the terms as well as an option); the $100 had to be made in a single purchase (false).

An investigation was opened through the Amex Offers department last Wednesday, I checked with CS today who gave me this information:

The transactions against SE 5577072226 does NOT qualify because it is for Ad Sales which cannot be purchased at http://indeed.com Per the offer Terms, ” Offer valid online only at http://indeed.com/partner/amexus_q42021 and http://indeed.com. ” As a result, the CM’s transaction is NOT considered eligible to receive the offer award.”

I called the offers department again and was told there was nothing they could do. Obviously this didn’t sit well so I spoke with a supervisor, explained the situation, that I abided by the terms as set forth. He dug a little more and told me that Indeed said a) the purchase wasn’t made through Indeed.com (which is absurd) and b) my purchases were for Indeed Ad Sales. Luckily, he was willing to look at the Indeed purchase confirmations and after doing so, issued a $100 courtesy credit.

I accepted this but feel like Indeed is taking advantage of Amex customers.

Chris
Chris

I’m in this same exact scenario. Purchase 1 for $19 and purchase 2 for $89. Both via Indeed.com per the terms and conditions. F Amex for playing stupid on this. I need to make time to get a supervisor on the phone and hopefully get the same “courtesy” credit.

J.L.
J.L.

Hi Chris,

I’d encourage you to do so. Reach the “Offers Department,” and escalate repeatedly. I ended up sending the rep the confirmations via issuereporting@aexp.com to show that the purchases were legitimate per terms.

I also ended up complaining to Indeed regarding the promotion and the sneaky terms. I mentioned that the $89 “re-write” was certainly not worth $89. They offered a full refund of the $89 but did say the resume would be unavailable after the refund (so save it first!).

Hope this helps.

CV
CV

Do you find the resume review (first or second) worth the trouble? I’d never heard of this. A discount even if not free review could be useful for people like me. Thanks and good luck with your offer.

Joe
Joe

Very similar methodology with the other credits works here…

SC
SC

can the credit be used for professional resume reviewers service of indeed?

Phil
Phil

Be the datapoint you want to see

Fay White
Fay White

I was the DP you want to see.
Wording to me it says one or more transactions. Brought the 20 & 80 review in separate transactions. Contacted Amex chat and was told to kick rocks, it should have been $100 in one transaction.

K
K

Thank you for your sacrifice sir.

Couponer
Couponer

Thank you for letting us know. So we have to spend $100 in one single transaction? Do you think even if we did that, they wouldn’t honor it because this is geared more towards employers than employees? Thanks again.

J.L.
J.L.

Hi Fay,

I have another comment in moderation regarding this situation. Indeed is being shady with the offer and Amex is trusting them. I did the exact same thing you did. The terms clearly state “one or more purchases” so you’re fine there. I got the run-around with other reasons I didn’t get the statement credit but the fault lies with Indeed.

Call Amex, ask for the Offers Team, and explain the situation. I forwarded both transaction confirmation emails to issuereporting@aexp.com. When I did this the agent offered a $100 courtesy statement credit (after I had previously been told there was nothing that could be done).

adeel
adeel

whats the best use for this?

Roy
Roy

Meeting spend requirement

Alex_the_Churner 🔗

To hire someone who can churn instead of you

gb
gb

this came very useful to me as an employer last year. for those wondering, there’s nothing you can really buy…except the ‘leads’. you set a budget (pay per click) for the most you’re willing to spend and for every application you receive, you get charged (once a week so you dont get a charge every time).

Calvin
Calvin

What exactly does $100 get you on Indeed? Indeed sucks IMO

Vic
Vic

In the job search side, they have the worst search bots. They automated job notification mails send me jobs that have no relation with the job search term I have saved.

Apple
Apple

Is there anything just exactly $100?

B
B

Can I buy some indeed corporate gear with this?

Cjrmets
Cjrmets

Why is this offered on personal cards at all?

Andrey
Andrey

I have this offer, but what can you buy for $100 on Indeed if you’re not an employer? lol

JJ
JJ

Gift cards.

Jk