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Small Business Credit Card Holders Get Easy Savings from Chase and MasterCard

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Small Business Credit Card Holders Get Easy Savings from Chase and MasterCard A new partnership between JPMorgan Chase and MasterCard may result in millions of dollars in savings for small business credit card holders. Starting this month, Chase credit card holders with small business accounts can participate in MasterCard's Easy Savings program. Easy Savings provides business buyers with automatic rebates from thousands of popular vendors, ranging from office supply stores to automotive maintenance facilities.

Chase Credit Cards spokesperson Deborah Schneider told reporters that her company wanted to add value to small business that were helping to revive the American economy. "Through our participation in the program," Schneider said, "Chase is demonstrating its commitment to our small business customers and on providing simple, cost-effective solutions to their business needs that also deliver value and enable smart business decisions."

Participating merchants' point-of-sale systems automatically detect whether a qualifying MasterCard has been used during a transaction. Eligible cardholders then receive a rebate ranging from 1-20% on a future credit card statement. In many cases, MasterCard Easy Savings can be stacked with additional merchant promotions and affinity rewards. Chase customers can review a list of participating merchants at a special Easy Savings website.
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