Canada's digital mailbox now offers convenient secure access for
consumer American Express Cardmembers
TORONTO, Nov. 4, 2013 /CNW/ - Canada Post is proud to announce that American Express Cardmembers can
now experience the convenience and security of the epost™ platform in
Canada. Starting today, consumer American Express Cardmembers will be
able to add their monthly billing statement as a mailer to their free
epost account, Canada's digital mailbox.
"Canada Post is pleased to welcome American Express into epost, bringing
another excellent option for Cardmembers to access their billing
statement with convenience and security," says Kerry Munro, Group
President, Digital Delivery Network, Canada Post. "We are excited to
bring the enhanced value of epost to American Express, as one of
Canada's major credit cards, and to its Cardmembers."
With access to more than 250 bills and statements available, epost is
continually evolving to provide Canadians with a more convenient and
secure option for managing their household bills and statements online.
Consumer American Express Cardmembers can now add their American
Express billing statement to their epost account. If they do not have
an epost account, they can register for a free epost user account at
"The epost platform offers the level of trust our Cardmembers have come
to expect from us," says Brett Mooney, American Express Canada. "We
look forward to working with epost as we continue to create value for
About American Express Canada
American Express in Canada operates as Amex Bank of Canada and Amex
Canada Inc. Both are wholly owned subsidiaries of the New York based
American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc., the largest
operating unit of the American Express Company. Amex Bank of Canada is
the issuer of American Express charge and credit cards, with outstanding products like the American Express® Gold Rewards Card, the American Express® Platinum Card, and the American Express® AeroplanPlus® Gold Card. Amex Canada Inc. operates the Corporate Travel and Travellers
Cheques divisions in Canada. American Express opened its first offices
in Toronto and Hamilton in 1853 and now employs 3,700 Canadians
coast-to-coast. For more information, visit AmericanExpress.ca or connect with us at Facebook.com/AmericanExpressCanada, Twitter.com/AmexCanada and YouTube.com/AmericanExpressCAD.
epost is the free digital mailbox that helps busy Canadians simplify
their lives by offering one place, one login, with one password to
manage their household bills and essential documents. Fully integrated
with your bank, epost makes it easier than ever before to consolidate
and pay your bills. Bank-grade security protects sensitive information
while reminders help avoid late fees. epost also stores all bills and
statements for up to seven years. Sign up today at epost.ca.
SOURCE: Canada Post
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