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How do you send money with American Express?

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American Express business accounts may send outgoing wire payments in either U.S. dollars or foreign currency electronically. Transfers of funds may be facilitated using the American Express FX international payment service. Users of the service do not have to have an American Express card to qualify.

Signing up for the FX international payments service that is offered by American Express enables businesses to automatically send funds from their bank account each time a business or financial transaction is made. To streamline the process, FX International Payments sends automatic email confirmations to the issuer and the recipient of a payment. Wire transactions as well as fax and phone transactions appear under the "View Transaction History" of each person's account.


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