Phishing is a common scam where fraudsters send emails pretending to come from a bank, credit card company or other trusted organization. They usually try to trick you into clicking on a link to go to the site (often to update your password to avoid your Account being suspended).
If you click the link in the email, you’ll be taken to a website that looks genuine - but is actually a fake site designed to trick you into entering personal information such as your log in details, password, Account number or other sensitive information.
If you receive an email relating to American Express that you believe could be fraudulent, immediately forward it to email@example.com. Please ensure you do not include your Account number in the email.
If you feel your American Express Account information has been compromised, please contact us immediately.