Credit Cards. About 60% of first-year students reported they have at least one credit card, although just 15% have two or more cards. Among those students who have credit cards, about 88% reported they pay off their balance each month and, as such, their current credit card balance is zero; however, when asked what their current credit card balance is, just 7% said it is zero. Among those with an unpaid balance, the average credit card debt students have is $1,549. Group 1 students tend to carry a higher balance on their credit cards than Group 2 and Group 3 students. Table 47: Credit cards All students (n=14,886) Group Xxxxx University (n=542) 1 (n=3,136) 2 (n=6,176) 3 (n=5,574) Number of credit cards None 40% 42% 45% 32% 46% One 45% 42% 42% 50% 41% Two 7% 6% 6% 8% 8% Three or more 8% 10% 7% 9% 6% Average number 1.8 2.8 1.2 2.2 .8 Regularly pay off balance each month* Yes 88% 83% 88% 89% 91% Total credit card balance* Zero 7% 2% 14% 2% 5% $500 or less 83% 83% 79% 87% 88% $501 to $1,000 5% 7% 4% 6% 5% Over $1,000 5% 8% 4% 6% 2% Average (all with credit card) $487 $652 $352 $564 $176 Average (those with unpaid balance) $1,549 $1,954 $1,249 $1,648 $1,174 * Total credit card balance and payment of the balance were asked of those who had at least one credit card.
Credit Cards. The use of credit cards, both CONTRACTOR-issued credit cards and an employee's personal credit card used on behalf of the CONTRACTOR, should be limited to purchases where established purchasing and disbursement practices are not suitable. Credit cards issued in the CONTRACTOR’S name must be adequately safeguarded and usage monitored to ensure that only authorized and necessary items are purchased. Credit card purchases should be pre-approved by CONTRACTOR management to ensure that they are reasonable and necessary. All credit card disbursements must be supported by original invoices, store receipts or other external authenticating documents indicating the item purchased, the employee making the purchase, and the justification for the purchase. Credit card statements are not sufficient support for credit card purchases.
Credit Cards. You are required to provide both a primary and secondary credit card. If the primary credit card is declined, the secondary card on file will be charged. Should both cards decline, cash, check or money order will be required. We are not responsible for bank charges due to a decline or overdraft. If you need to change the credit card on file, you must complete a new CC Authorization form by the 1st of the month. We cannot accept credit card information over the phone. A stolen or lost credit card must be reported to the Administrative Office, and a new card with new payment information provided. Receipts/Statements We do not distribute automatic statements. Receipts/Statements are available upon request only.
Credit Cards. All business expenses reasonably incurred by Employee in promoting the business of Company, including expenditures for entertainment, gifts and travel, are to be paid, insofar as possible, by the use of credit cards in the name of Company, which will be furnished to Employee. Any such reasonable business expense that cannot be charged on a credit card may be paid by Employee, who will later be reimbursed by Company.
Credit Cards. (a) As long as Supplier accepts specified credit cards, fleet cards, debit cards, or other similar transaction authorization cards (the “Transaction Cards”), Purchaser shall accept and honor all Transaction Cards identified in Supplier’s Transaction Card manuals or other guidelines (“Card Guide”) or agreements, whether in written or electronic form, for the purchase of authorized products and services at all locations branded with Supplier’s Brand.
Credit Cards. (a) Licensee may not enter into any agreement with a financial institution or any other Person to create a co-branded credit card or any co-branded alternative payment technology (e.g., Google Wallet) without Licensor’s prior written consent. Should Licensee establish Separate Operations, Licensee may co-brand a credit card or other payment alternative provided such co-branding does not include any Hilton Marks and is only utilized in connection with the Separate Operations.
Credit Cards. The operations of the Company and its subsidiaries are, and have at all times been, conducted in compliance in all material respects with all provisions of the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, as amended, and the rules and regulations thereunder (collectively, the “Credit Card Laws”); no action, suit or proceeding by or before any court or governmental agency, authority or body or any arbitrator involving the Company or any of its subsidiaries with respect to the Credit Card Laws is pending or, to the knowledge of the Company, threatened, except for any such action, suit or proceeding as would not, singly or in the aggregate, reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Effect.
Credit Cards. Marketer shall accept as payment from retail customers CITGO approved credit, debit and payment cards (collectively, “Payment Cards”) in accordance with the provisions of CITGO’s credit card guide and regulations, a copy of which has been provided to Marketer. CITGO shall have the right in its sole discretion to amend or terminate such guide and regulations and discontinue its program at any time. CITGO may reject or charge back any Payment Card invoices not conforming to the credit card guide and regulations. Marketer further agrees that upon such rejection or charge back, the value of the Payment Card invoices which were rejected or charged back shall become immediately due and owing from Marketer to CITGO and may be deducted from subsequent settlements of Payment Card transactions. Marketer expressly agrees that CITGO shall have the right but not the obligation to apply the proceeds of Payment Card invoices or any other credits which may be owing to Marketer toward the payment of any indebtedness owed by Marketer to CITGO. Marketer grants to CITGO a security interest in all Payment Card invoices and proceeds from such Payment card invoices to secure the payment of product purchases from CITGO, and agrees to execute documents reasonably necessary to perfect such security interest. Marketer further agrees to maintain in good working order all of the electronic POS systems located at all CITGO branded stations that are supplied by Marketer. Good working order includes having the POS systems properly configured and operating on the most current version of the application software. CITGO may deactivate the POS system for any station not in compliance.