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How to Perform Amex Credit Card Freeze
Thanks to a recent website improvement, a new Amex credit card freeze feature has been added. Freezing an American Express card means that the card won’t work for new purchases until it is unfrozen. Here is a step by step guide to the Amex credit card freeze and unfreeze process.
Amex Credit Card Freeze How To
To start your Amex credit card freeze, login to your account and navigate to the card you want to freeze. Once selected, go to the “Account Services” tab as shown and click “Freeze Your Card”. Alternatively you can use this shortcut link.
After clicking “Freeze Your Card” you will find yourself on the Amex credit card freeze screen.
At this point in order to freeze your American Express card just click the “Freeze Card” button. Note that card will be frozen for 7 days or until you unfreeze it sooner. Also note that recurring bills and subscriptions will post as usual.
After clicking the “Freeze Card” button you will see confirmation that your Amex credit card freeze is active. The card also becomes faded to indicate it is frozen.
Amex Credit Card Unfreeze How To
American Express makes it easy to unfreeze your card once it has been frozen. To unfreeze your Amex card, simply login to your account and navigate to the card you want to freeze. Once selected, go to the “Account Services” tab as shown and click “Unfreeze Your Card”.
At this point in order to unfreeze your American Express card just click the “Unfreeze Card” button.
Your card will now be unfrozen and will no longer show as faded!
The Amex credit card freeze and unfreeze process is incredibly easy. Now it is possible to have the peace of mind of knowing that your card won’t be used when you don’t want it to. It’s great to see Amex adding new credit card features all of the time.
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