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And I continue to be impressed.

AMEX sent my replacement card via overnight shipping, and it was waiting on the kitchen counter when I got home yesterday.

This morning, I received another email reminding me to change to my new card number for anything that might be a recurring charge, and they included a list of what their software had identified as possible recurring charges. I'd already written down the ones that I knew, but they actually had one on there that I had not remembered, and so I added that to my list.

Made all the changes this morning, and christened the new card with DS's tuition payment for his last trimester (YAY! the last of the college tuition has been paid!).

I am one very happy, satisfied AMEX customer.
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