As the U.S. Bank is a top issuer of credit and debit cards in the United States. U.S. Bank are now working with American Express to design programs for U.S. Bank’s customers and expects to begin the new cards on the American Express network by 2014. The new American Express-branded cards will be available online, at U.S. Bank’s branches or by phone.
“We actively listen to our customers and are focused on delivering the right financial solutions that best meet their needs,” said Pam Joseph, Vice Chairman of U.S. Bank. “We believe that the American Express network provides a combination of benefits and services that many of our customers want. We’re proud to partner with American Express, a company with a rich history of service that’s dedicated to providing outstanding customer value.”
“U.S. Bank and American Express share a strong commitment to delivering exceptional customer value,” said Ed Gilligan, President, American Express. “With this new partnership, we have a terrific opportunity to bring American Express’ unique benefits and services to U.S. Bank and create a compelling new range of products for their customers.”
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