www.open.com/activate – Activate American Express Card

Open Activate

  1. Allows a AMEX credit card holder to activate their card online
  2. Requires the customer to create an American Express Account online (which is useful anyways to pay bills)

Once the the customer has registered an account the user can activate their card and begin to pay bills, check balances, sign up for email alerts and update AMEX credit card information.  Customers are also allowed to link their checking account (i.e. Bank Of America, US Bank, Chase) to making paying the card simple and fun.

Popular American Express Credit Cards?

Regular everyday consumers really have two choice when it comes to picking a AMEX credit card: 1. Amex EveryDay SM Credit Card and 2. Blue Cash Everyday Card

  • American Express Everyday Card? For people who like rewards (aka material things)
  • Blue Cash Everyday Card?  Perfect for people who like cash (aka a penny saved is a penny earned)

The AMEX Everyday Card provides a bonus of 10,000 membership points when the card holder spends $1000 in the first three months.  The Blue Cash card provides the card holder with card hold cash ($100 cash back) under the same terms.  Both card offer no annual fee and 0% intro APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first 15 months.  Both card are highly rated by all credit card review advocates and picking the card really depends on if the consumers likes saving money or shopping.

American Express Corporate Profile

  • Financial service conglomerate with webs of networks throughout the world
  • Headquartered at 200 Vesey Street, New York, NY 10285
  • The corporate office can be reached by dialing 212-640-2000
  • AMEX is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker symbol AXP
  • Major Holders of American Express stock include Kenneth Irvine Chenault, Capital World Investors and Northern Trust

AMEX was founded in the early 1900’s by the three financial amigos Henry Wells, William G. Fargo, and John Warren Butterfield.


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