Cam site that accepts american express
The email is well written and formatted like an American Express email; unlike some of the prior versions, it contains no mislabeled links (i.e., links whose text description contains link code that does not match the actual link).
The email contains a link on the bottom to "Create a PSK" -- and users who click the link are directed to a phony American Express login page on a site at the legitimate-sounding (it is hard to notice the spelling error -- did you? While the lack of HTTPS should also alert some people to the likelihood of something amiss, and any browser that colors URL bars based on the use of encryption will obviously not do so in this case, as I discussed in a paper co-authored with Shira Rubinoff a decade ago, many people focus entirely on the contents of browser windows and do not pay attention to security clues in browser infrastructure.
The waiter tried to place the charge on the American Express card, but the system does not accept the American Express card. The answer is no, Applebees does not accept American Express even though they say they accept it.
Sigh, Art Having an American Express card over other major credit card companies is a good way to avoid major interest accumulation.
In the new scam, targeted users receive an email message allegedly from American Express (in at least one variant the return address appears to targets as American [email protected]) advising the recipient to protect him or herself from fraud and phishing by establishing an "American Express Personal Safe Key (PSK)" to improve the security of their accounts.
The American Express website allows one to track and access their credit cards.