Case Study: Decreasing Card Declines to Reduce Air Spend

September 2, 2019 Travel and Transport

Credit card declines were high for this insurance firms's travel bookings. This caused problems, because when credit cards were declined, it would stop the travel approval process and tickets didn't get issued. As a consequence, air travel costs went up, as fares had increased by the time they went to book again. 

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DECREASING CREDIT CARD DECLINES TO REDUCE AIR TRAVEL SPEND

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