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(ˈkɑrdˌmɛm bər)
a person authorized to use a credit card.
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What's more, a US$200 travel voucher welcome gift awaits each Cardmember for use on their next getaway to purchase an air ticket, book a stay, or upgrade a tour package.
As part of its international growth strategy, JCB has formed alliances with more than 350 leading banks and financial institutions globally to increase merchant coverage and Cardmember base.
Fawn also added that Cardmember hotel transactions were up by 17 per cent in the year to date.
The JetBlue credit card enables Cardmembers to earn award dollars that can be transferred to Cardmember's TrueBlue account and then redeemed for award flights on JetBlue.
Today, American Express announced a line-up of fashion experiences exclusively for its style-savvy Cardmembers to gain insider Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week access to the American Express Skybox at Lincoln Center, MADE at MILK Studios and this season s Cardmember-Only Show with Rachel Zoe.
He added, "Strategically we are aiming to increase cardmember base and market share in the Philippines by focusing on improving services to enhance cardmember satisfaction.
The number of JCB cardmembers has been growing steadily since, and this new partnership is an important step in JCB's continuing effort to strengthen its commitment to Taiwan, one of JCB's major cardmember bases in Asia.
Family members can still use their cards while a cardmember is deployed - a benefit that only Chase provides.
American Express Cardmember spend on travel up 38 per cent in first quarter
NEW YORK -- American Express today launched an industry first mobile offer engine that recommends and ranks relevant merchant offers in real time for US Cardmembers based on their spending history and location - a Cardmember's "spend graph.
Points have no expiration date, and there is no limit on the number of points a Cardmember can earn.