Card briefs

August 1998
American Banker;8/10/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 151, p10
Trade Publication
Presents brief information as it pertains to a variety of credit cards in the banking industry. Conversion of Nova Ljubljanska Banka's, a Belgium bank, debit cards to the on-line debit system of MasterCard; Details on the conversion; Launcing of a free-ride promotion by American Express Company in an effort for platinum and gold card holders; Debut of Maestro debit card by MasterCard International; Features of the card.


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