jeffysdad01 wrote:OK. So I log on this morning and the new design looks OK except I am unable to scroll through the "offers for you" section on the home page or the offers I've already added to my account, either. It won't work in the latest version of Safari or the Seamonkey browser.
I call Amex and they say it works in MS Internet Explorer, which I don't have and will NOT be getting.
Has anybody had a similar experience?
Amex website is always nice-looking, but it is overly complicated and too fancy. I've had problems like this in years past with browser compatibility. [color="red"]If it won't work with my preferred browser, I'll stop using the card. It's not worth the bother to me[/color]. I never have this kind of issue with ANY other bank/credit card/brokerage websites, ever.
Your call, but seems a bit extreme. I understand the frustration, but there are alternatives to IE. I've used Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome with the AMEX website, and both work fine with it. You may want to consider one of those as an alternative to both IE as well as your current browsers.
ETA: There are many companies that support preferred browsers. I have an opposite problem, that being that my City Utilities company doesn't work at all with IE. So I use Mozilla Firefox instead, and it works fine. One adapts to specific needs, in order the use on-line services. My alternative? Mail or drop off a check. That would be a step backward.