The Amex Spend Manager is the old name for the American Express Business App. However, none of these mobile applications are available anymore. American Express has migrated the features from the American Express Business App to the main Amex Mobile App.
So, cardholders who would like to manage their business cards through an app can download the main Amex mobile app for iOS and Android devices. The American Express mobile app allows users to access their account and manage their cards in one place. They can freeze or unfreeze cards, pay their bills, monitor transactions, get real-time alerts, attach receipts, categorize transactions, and more.
American Express authorized user spending limits are customizable and can be as low as $200 for each user. To set an American Express authorized user’s spending limit, log in to your online Amex account, open the Account Services tab, and click “Manage Spending Limits for Additional Card Members.”
Keep in mind that changes will not take effect until the next billing cycle. Also, if you do not set custom spending limits for authorized users,...
There is no way to know how high American Express credit limits are as Amex doesn’t disclose this information in their cards’ terms and conditions. Your credit limit will depend on your credit history, debt level, income, and payment history on other American Express cards. So, you won’t know your American Express credit limit until you’re approved for an account.
One way to estimate what credit limit you might get on an American Express card...
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