In a new round of bogus emails, a fake American Express security service is asking users to provided their banking information, date of birth, user ID and password. 

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In a new round of bogus emails, a fake American Express security service is asking users to provided their banking information, date of birth, user ID and password. Always keep in mind that a legitimate email from American Express related to your account will include the last five digits of your account number. The email may be fraudulent if it does not contain this information.

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