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By now, you’ve probably seen a ton of articles about how awesome American Express is for the American public, and the way that American Express serves them.
If you’re like me, you’re not a fan of the way American Express makes the process of getting your card on your account so painless and quick.
If you’ve been paying attention to your card activity for the past couple of months, you may have noticed that the American Express website is still up and running, with the same basic, generic, “Welcome to American Express” banner.
That is, until this morning.
The American Express webpage is down for several hours this morning, as the servers were under load due to a “significant” surge in demand for American Express card applications, according to AmericanExpress.com, which is where we got this image.
AmericanExpress said that they were working on restoring the website as quickly as possible, and would let you know when they’re back online.
It’s unclear if this is the first time American Express has been down, and it’s possible that it could be the first instance of this happening.
American Express doesn’t allow the company to publicly comment on individual incidents of issues with the website, so we’ll have to wait and see what happens.
In the meantime, we’ve got our thoughts on what we’ve been watching on Twitter.
First, let’s all agree that AmericanExpress has been incredibly successful in the US.
They’ve been able to attract a lot of new customers and increase their customer retention rates over the past few years.
But the fact that they’ve been down for such a long time is not something to be proud of.
And, as we all know, the best way to attract new customers is to be able to quickly and easily set up a new card account with a low cost.
American Express has managed to keep its user numbers high, and their customer experience has been fantastic.
What’s really going on here?
I mean, what are we supposed to do with this data?
I’m not sure.
Americans have been calling American Express for help for months.
We’ve been calling the company for help.
Now, this is just too much for AmericanExpress to handle.
American Express seems to be trying to fix the problem, but it’s going to take a lot more than that.
It seems that Americanexpress is going to have to hire a lot less staff to keep up with the surge in requests for the new American Express Visa Cards.
American Express already has a backlog of nearly 8 million applications for Visa Cards, and is still processing over 20 million applications per day.
That means that there’s plenty of data that AmericanEx needs to keep on the server to allow the servers to keep responding.
This is not the only problem that American has experienced this week.
AmericanExpress.co has also experienced a surge in traffic and customer support calls, as a result of the surge.
In addition, AmericanExpress’ website has been taken down for the duration of the crisis.