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I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at American Express.

Interview Details – Applied through the company's website. Two weeks later received a over the phone interview which lasted for about 40 min. Most of the questions related to bettering or creating a process to mitigate risk and minimize fraud. The on site interview was a week later with a Risk Manager which also laster for about 30-40 minutes. There were questions once again about processes, how would you questions, discribe scenarios, we went a bit into my personal view of the company, etc.

Interview Question – Unexpected, NO. Difficult, yes because you have to be original. Generic answers won't cut it and must explain.
"Why should I hire you?"
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