Credit Cards News. Tag: 'amex'
American Express has improved their Plum Card product for small business. Adding flexible payment options, they are making credit more available to entrepreneurs who need better cash flow to keep up their operational costs.
American Express’ non-traditional credit card business model has helped the company maintain their clientele and keep steady profits as well as increase corporate stock despite the slow economy and market scrutiny.
American Express plans to expand its already successful Savings At Work program to reach more mid-sized businesses.
At the advent of American Express’ innovative “Pay With Points” program, experts predicted a new evolution in credit card rewards.
Delta Sky Miles from American Express has taken the eminent prize for Best Loyalty Credit Card in the travel industry’s twelve-monthly Freddie Awards.
In a recent press release, American Express announced some new rewards partners which will allow American Express customers to use reward points for a vast number of city specific special offers.
According to a recently published report, American Express have overtaken rival credit card processor MasterCard to become the second largest credit card brand for the first time since the 1960s.
In a recent announcement, American Express announced the launch of its newest promotion where they collaborate with Twitter to bring the savings directly to AmEx cardholders.
In the never-ending search to attract more consumers to their credit card, American Express has taken to incorporating Twitter into the various ways you can earn special deals and discounts.
Thanks to their policy of continuing to help support small businesses, American Express has recently announced that it would be providing $100 worth of free advertising on Twitter, to small businesses and merchants with American Express credit cards.
New York based credit card company, American Express, has commented in its yearly regulatory filing that the late fees being charged by the Centurion part of the bank were being looked into not only by the Department of Financial Institutions …
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