This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Contents: (1) Intro.; (2) The Truth in Lending Act and Protections for Credit Card Accounts; (3) The Small Bus. Credit Card (SBCC) Market; (4) SBCC Programs: Characteristics of SBCC Programs; Marketing SBCC; Features of SBCC; Underwriting SBCC; Interest Rates and Fees Associated with SBCC; Mgmt. of SBCC Accounts; The Costs and Profitability of SBCC Programs; (5) Credit Card Use among SB: Trends in SBCC Use and Credit Card Borrowing, 1998Ai2009; Characteristics of SB That Use Credit Cards; Intensity of SBCC Use and Borrowing: Low versus High Credit Score Firms; (6) SBCC Access, Terms, and Conditions; (7) Disclosures of Terms, Fees, and Other Expenses, and Protections against Unfair or Deceptive Acts or Practices.According to Mintel data, from 2005 to 2009, about 85 percent of credit card mail offers to small businesses were for cards with some ... may also offer cards for exclusive use at one major business-supply store, such as Staples or Home Depot.
|Title||:||Use of Credit Cards by Small Businesses and the Credit Card Market for Small Businesses|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-01|