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American express Services Europe Limited

Department 333

Amex House

Edward street

Brighton

BN88 1AH

 

Telephone 01273576151

 

Executive Office Manager

Sylvia Mcallister


Thats 4 in the BAG!!!!

(£509.60amex..£396.31 Halifax credit card....£768.47+£783.99 Halifax current account)

so crooked they use a corkscrew for a ruler!(allegedly)

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DPA address:

 

American Express Services Europe Ltd

Data Protection Office

Dept 2007 Amex House

Edward Street

Brighton

East Sussex

BN88 1AH

 

Cheers

 

Michael

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Hi there,

 

Just starting out, had an Amex card account now closed so was looking for address to send DPA request to. Many thanks very useful post.

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Same Address (the Dept 333 one) as above - two new contacts Matt Daniel(s?) and Andrew Dobson - their Fax. no. is 01273 624026 and they will correspond by fax.

If you have a letter from this office then your file will only be dealt with by the individual who signed your letter - others will talk things through but will not give definitive opinions.

Have to say that, in comparison to dealing with MBNA, Cap 1, Barclaycard and the rest, this lot are a breath of fresh air!


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Sent S.A.R - ( Subject Access Request) to American express Services Europe Ltd

Data Protection Office

Dept 2007

Amex House Edward Street

Brighton East Sussex

BN88 1AH

 

Sent request 9th Jan-

Received information 24th Jan from Monica Lower

Data Protection Co-ordinator

Faster response than exspected

Hope this info helps somebody

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Have to echo tawnyowl's comment above - I sent an SAR to Amex at the above address marked for attention of Data Protection Officer on 30th Jan and got a huge pile of statements by recorded delivery this morning. Will be sending them a letter with list of charges tomorrow.

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