I noticed something interesting today when checking our American Express accounts. I was going through our cards and seeing if the rules about adding authorized users had changed (yeah, this is some of the glamorous behind the scenes work that goes into running a travel website).
At first, I checked Sharon’s AMEX Blue Business Plus card.
As I expected to see, I was brought to a page to add up to five additional cards to my account for no charge.
I then went to check on the AMEX Green Card.
I wonder if anyone else is having this problem? Has AMEX made it even more difficult for you to add additional users to their line of personal cards? If so, what information are they asking when you call in?
Is it pessimistic to think this is yet another move by the AMEX RAT to stomp out a non-existent type of fraud that only ends up making things for regular cardholders more complicated.
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