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AmEx charges onto Internet

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American Express Travel Related Services, New York, today announced deals with four technology companies to allow American Express cardholders to make purchases over the Internet. The agreements will allow secure transactions between cardholders and merchants through CyberCash, First Virtual Holdings, Netscape Communications Corp. and Open Market.

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