Will plastic do nicely for you?

Collett, Brian
March 2003
Cabinet Maker;3/7/2003, Issue 5327, p7
Trade Publication
Presents a question and answer advisory related to credit cards in Great Britain. Factors to consider for credit card payments; Importance of security for frauds; Increases in the use of credit and debit card.


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