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Maybe it has something to do with trying to get us to spend more of our money more quickly.Regardless of motivation, the latest innovation to come out of fintech is a new Amex bot for Facebook Messenger that lets consumers see real-time purchase alerts and key information about American Express benefits.
While American Express was cagey on details of the bot rollout when it was first announced back in June, it’s now clear that the new feature is capable of telling customers when there’s activity on their Amex card, and providing information about previous purchases.“As a long-time partner of Facebook, we’re thrilled to be working together to create an innovative experience for our card members on Messenger,” said Dave Wolf, vice president of Digital Partnerships & Development for American Express.Don't worry if you've left cyberhome without your American Express card when you head to that adult Web site."As a long-time partner of Facebook, we're thrilled to be working together to create an innovative experience for our Card Members on Messenger," said Dave Wolf, vice president, Digital Partnerships & Development, American Express."We know our Card Members appreciate the convenience of receiving information from Amex on digital platforms where they're already spending time.American Express today unveiled its plans to work with Facebook to explore innovative new experiences to interact with Card Members in Messenger.
The concept demonstrated how American Express® Card Members could sign up to receive real-time notifications about their purchases, and important information about Card benefits and services related to those purchases, via an Amex bot for Messenger.
American Express has published an update for its free Amex for i Pad app, adding a new feature similar to Amazon’s Kindle-only Mayday Button.
The change now makes it possible for “Eligible Card Members” to participate in a live video chat with an American Express customer care representative, according to the app’s release notes.
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While other web- or mobile-based travel assistants are looking to emulate human conversation (as with Hello Hipmunk), Amex’s bot is a bit more, well, robotic.