Many shoppers do not carry cash with them anymore, and even fewer carry a checkbook.
Most of us have wallets full of plastic, but that doesn’t mean our appetite for Somoas has decreased.
Ask Sally a question, or read her previous answers in the To Her Credit archive Dear To Her Credit, I was dating a guy who bought me gifts and so forth all the time at first.
After we'd been seeing each other a while, things got tense.
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Picture this scenario: You see someone who you find attractive.
Sally Herigstad is a certified public accountant and the author of "Help!
I Can't Pay My Bills: Surviving a Financial Crisis" (St. She writes "To Her Credit," a weekly reader Q&A column about issues involving women, credit and debt, for Credit Cards.com, and also wrote for MSN Money, and Bankrate.com, and has guested on Martha Stewart Radio and other programs.
This e-commerce experience will prove useful to scouts, and will undoubtedly increase sales, but it’s only part of the card acceptance equation.
There is currently no official service offered by the Girl Scouts to accept credit card payments in person, but there are a number of options to consider.