Kasavana, Michael L.
October 2010
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2010, p118
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the benefit of hybrid card to the cardholder. It states that cardholder obtains the benefits of a debit card and credit card without having to select or carry among multiple payment media. A cardholder can handle transactions by predetermining which should be placed to an account and which should be immediately paid. Moreover, a cardholder gains enhanced cash management by setting criteria for automatically pre-choosing transactions to pay now or later.


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