Delta and Citi Launch "Citi Delta SkyMiles"

SkyMiles is the world's largest frequent flyer program.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Travelers choosing this card will obtain double miles for all their purchases, with a welcome credit of 4.000 to 20.000 miles, depending on the type of card.

"Members of this program have the flexibility of using their Delta miles in any flight, on any day", published Elfinancierocr.com, "this promotion will be valid from August 1 to October 31".



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Costa Rica: Credit Card Debt Up 7%

May 2016

In the first quarter of 2016 cardholders delinquencies decreased, but the total arrears remains at a relatively high percentage of 10.3%.

From a report issued by the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Commerce (MEIC):

Study on Credit Cards

- Balance of debt on credit cards up to 31 January recorded an increase of 7.15% over the previous quarter.

Remarkable Increase in Number of Credit Cards in Costa Rica

February 2013

At the end of 2012 a total of 7.1 million credit and debit cards were circulating in the country.

The growth compared to 2011 in the amount of "plastic" held by Costa Ricans was 21%.

Elfinancierocr.com reports that "more than 1.6 million credit cards were used to make purchases (95% of operations). Meanwhile, debit cards were used more to withdraw cash than for shopping (51% and 49% respectively of operations). "

Bill to Regulate Plastic Money Rejected

July 2011

The Costa Rican National Assembly has archived the draft bill on Regulating the Credit and Debit Card market.

The project presented under the previous administration sought to establish new parameters for the development of contracts between issuers and cardholders and to set limits on the interest charged.

Nicaragua: Credit Card Law Reviewed

October 2010

The amendments to Law 515 could be approved at the National Assembly in two weeks.

Sandinista legislator, Wálmaro Gutierrez, requested the Economic Commission to approve the report which is ready for signature since June.

Laprensa.com.ni reports, "The Assembly Board stipulated 1 week timeframe for the Economic Commission to pass and approve the report”.

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