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    Payment with American Express cards

    Hello Scan people. I noticed on my last order that my American Express card was declined. I phoned Payments and they told me that there were problems accepting payments with AmEx cards in general. I just quoted a Visa card number over the phone and everything was sorted straight away.

    However, I do prefer to use my American Express card where possible and was wondering if the AmEx problem had been resolved?

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    Yes, this should be sorted now.

    I believe this was a side effect of changes to the payment system.

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    That's good news. I'll should be putting in an order for a 19" monitor today!

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    (Theres some monitors on TodayOnly - remember to check there first!)

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    Working in accounts as I do, I can safely say Amex cards are a pain in the a$$ to deal with

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