Email from Amex, giving me a $2K credit on a Louis Vitton charge, made at one of their stores, which was then immediately reversed. LV is not a place I would shop; now, I know I wouldn't - you can't call their stores! All the numbers go to a central customer service, and the best they'll do is promise an email response "within six hours". This, after gacking with their phone system and customer service for 30 minutes Suspicious that it was a trial run for fraudulent charges, I called Amex, had the card killed, a new one overnighted, and LV blocked as vendor charging to my account. Took about four minutes. I know, fraudulent charges wouldn't be on me anyway, but I don't want the hassle of dealing with it. A buddy changes banks every couple years, as the account numbers get floated about, and has his credit card account numbers changed at some interval, as well. I might adopt that practice.