Most people think that Visa is a credit card issuer, but it's actually a global payments technology company. Visa has the world's most advanced processing networks. These systems can handle more than 10,000 transactions per second. Visa partners with a network of financial institution clients and that's why you see the Visa logo on credit cards. The Visa logo is a trusted brand and when it appears on a credit card, you can be assured that the card will be widely accepted.
- I would like to replace a few high APR cards with better rate cards, but I know that we are supposed to limit how many cards that we have and closing them is a bad idea. What should I do?
- What happens when someone dies with credit card in their name and an authorized user continues to use credit card?
- Can you explain the difference between chip-and-pin and chip-and-signature?