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JJs introduces business credit card



To helps friers manager their cash flow, JJ Food Service has launched a business credit card.
 

The JJ Food Service Mastercard has an upper limit of £25,000 and offers up to 37-days interest free credit. It can be used to pay for anything from petrol and utilities to food and drink supplies.

With an online application process, JJ says more than 90% of customers receive a decision within 30 seconds of completing the form.

Customers can add the card onto their online account or use it in-store. Other benefits include 0% interest if the account is paid in full each month and no annual or monthly fees.

Customers can access their account 24/7 and the card can be used anywhere displaying the Mastercard logo. The application process does not impact the customer’s credit score.

JJ’s group general manager, Terry Larkin, comments: “It’s just one of the many ways we are supporting the independent sector.”
 
Register your interest for the JJ Food Service Mastercard by clicking here

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