The Present Day AMEX Company
Today, American Express continues to be a powerful global brand through the present day, even in face dwindling world economic activities and banking credit crisis.
Thus it has managed to put up an array of consumer products ranging from the Blue Card to the ultra exclusive Black Card, which isn’t publicly advertised, but issued by invitation only to the wealthy and famous).
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