If you’ve just entered the MS world in the last few months, you probably don’t know what Serve and Bluebird is. It’s now part of the “good old times”. But there’s actually some more people out there that still have those cards and Amex is apparently still going after them. After three rounds of shutdowns, in January, March and April, there’s now a fourth round after a four month break.
Yesterday there was a new wave of emails telling people that the loading capabilities on their cards have been suspended. I don’t have any cards left, as my last one was killed on the third round of shutdowns.
Here’s the text of today’s email:
We are writing to let you know that we have observed unusual usage patterns on your American Express Serve Account. Because of this, effective immediately, you will no longer be able to add money to your Account.1 We have made this change in accordance with Section 15.d of our Consumer User Agreement, which you can view here.
Please be aware that you still have full access to the funds on your Account and can withdraw them at any time. Any applicable monthly fees continue to apply.
If you would like to close your Account, you may do so online via your Profile page here. Then, scroll down to the Close Account section and click “Close Account.”
If you have any questions or would like to inquire further about this issue, you may write to us at the following address:
C/O Customer Relations 02-04-40
4315 S 2700 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84184-0440
The American Express Serve Team
Were you affected? Do you still have a working Serve/Bluebird? Let me know!