- Jul 9, 2009
No Sir, it doesn't work that way.jasonD
to put it in perspective..
right - many have no credit card, $$ , etc.
the banks make nothing from them.
The bank customers are more sophisticated & know what is possible.... and want it
Banks serve their customers to make the money
Does that explain it ?
Do not cater to a non customer...
Yes - the banks' business will improve with this
RD banks have good online platforms.... I say
I must just wait and see what would you come up with next, am assuming that this is progress?In 2014 there were more than 6 million debit and credit cards in the DR. Perhaps now there's a million or two more cards.
The country has roughly 10 million people, including children, illegals, and those in prisons (assuming its almost impossible for these three groups to get a card of any kind). Not bad.
7 million now, apparently:In 2014 there were more than 6 million debit and credit cards in the DR. Perhaps now there's a million or two more cards.
These guys are like rats.There has been progress in many banks. When you're in the ATM conga line and the guy in front of you is shoving in one debit card after another all you have to do is raise an eyebrow to the indoor wachi.
THey usually walk away empty handed....no dough , Joe (Jose)These guys are like rats.
Always see them lined up at the atms on Del Sol.
Just telling them to move usually does the trick.
Could barely afford a platano yet able to feed over 5 Million Haitians national (despite our complex history) and around 500,000 Venezuelan giving them free healthcare and education for their offspring. That is really a testament to the great noble God fearing people of Quiskeya. While growing up in Quiskeya, every household's mantra was that nobody is deny of food or a glass of water. Very understandable you give a Haitian national a hand and they will brake your arm and then cry to anybody that will listen to them for the body. With all the corruption going on, Quiskeya la bella is the #9 largest economy in Latin America and by far numero uno in Central American and the Caribbean. This country had come a long way from bankruptcy right after the civil war of 1965.Exactly the kind of non-sense contradiction this country is best at, "virtual wallet" capability but the core of the populace could barely afford a platano for lunch.
Where are the priorities?
This will eventually be pushed as "progress" by the same morons which chant economic developments.
Exactly. None of these banking perks are really meant to service the poorer of the poor. It's aimed at lower middle class and up.7 million now, apparently:
still, you have to keep in mind that many people have multiple cards.