Ok who’s falling for this scam? hopefully none of use, but sadly there are some people that will fall for this scam. It’s basically a phishing email scam, a fake American Express email notification to scare you to immediately go into a hacker’s website that replicate look exactly like the real american express website and whatever you typed on that page will be sent to the hacker and wahlah your account is hacked along with your personal information whatever you typed. Do not fall for this type of scare tactic scam, never click on the link on any email, instead go directly to the website by typing in the domain name with correct spelling and so on, or better yet call the 800# on back of the credit card to talk to customer service to check on your account instead.
Again sadly a lot of old people fell for this trick and many many old people.
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