"American Express Regarding Your Account" Phishing Scam


The fake America Express security notification email below, which claims new charges on the recipients' American Express account will be declined, is just one of the many phishing scams created by cybercriminals to trick American Express customers into clicking on the link within it. The link goes to a phishing website (a fake American Express website) that steals online account credentials when visitors attempt to sign into it.

American Express Regarding Your Account Phishing Scam

American Express cardholders are asked never to click on a link in an email message to access to their accounts. They should instead, go directly to American Express website (www.americanexpress.com) and sign into their accounts from there. If there is something wrong or there is something that they need to with their accounts or cards, they will be notified after signing in.

The "American Express Regarding Your Account" Phishing Scam

From: American Express<miamour@natflixcanada.eu>

Date: March 24, 2018 at 5:09:50 PM EDT

Subject: American Express Regarding Your Account

Important Account Information

American Express Regarding Your Account

We takes your account security very seriously.

Dear American Express Cardmember,

We are writing to you because we need to speak with you regarding a security concern on your account.

For your security, new charges on your accounts may be declined. If applicable, you should advise any Additional Card Member(s) on your account that their new charges may also be declined.

Please verify your account information by Clicking Here.

Your prompt response regarding this matter is appreciated.


American Express Identity Protection Team

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This is a customer service e-mail from American Express. Using the spam/junk mail function may not block servicing messages from being sent to your email account. To learn more about e-mail security or report a suspicious e-mail, please visit us at americanexpress.com/phishing. We kindly ask you not to reply to this e-mail but instead contact us securely via Customer Care.

Copyright 2018 American Express. All rights reserved.



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