Visa and Cave Shepherd forge new alliance, Consumers can shop online!

Barbadians have a new avenue of acquiring goods and services made available to them...

Barbadians have a new avenue of acquiring goods and services made available to them…

The Card services department of Cave Shepherd and Company have now successfully partnered with Visa to revamp their previous card to allow online shopping and other privileges.

Offering a competitive interest rate of 22 per cent, Director of the department Alison Browne Ellis said prior cardholders won't have to sign to qualify - they will receive a new card via post which will only be activated when the relevant customer call in to confirm receipt of the card which would have a revised limit set for them.

Offering a competitive interest rate of 22 per cent, Director of the department Alison Browne Ellis said prior cardholders won’t have to sign to qualify – they will receive a new card via post which will only be activated when the relevant customer call in to confirm receipt of the card which would have a revised limit set for them.

She told reporters that existing limits will either stay the same or be raised depending on if a customer is delinquent or better than current, but in no way will anyone find their card has been reduced in purchasing power.

Chief Executive Officer of Cave Shepherd, John Williams says the latest move spells good news for potential employment prospects down the road, since and expanded service means more people necessary to main its infratructure, he also pointed out this is the first Barbadian entity outside of a bank to issue a credit card.

The card services branch of Cave Shepherd is 40 years old while the business itself is into its 110th year of operation.

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