Minister: Go ahead, swipe your card

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FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday assured the public that they can continue to use credit and debit cards at gas stations operated by State-owned National Petroleum (NP) to pay for their fuel from today onwards. Commenting on a decision taken by some gas stations dealers not to accept card payments and only take cash, Imbert said, “This has a direct effect on the credit card issued by the Government for the Government’s fleet.” He said this fleet includes vehicles used by the Police Service, other Protective Services and government ministries.”

FINANCE Minister Colm Imbert yesterday assured the public that they can continue to use credit and debit cards at gas stations operated by State-owned National Petroleum (NP) to pay for their fuel from today onwards. Commenting on a decision taken by some gas stations dealers not to accept card payments and only take cash, Imbert said, “This has a direct effect on the credit card issued by the Government for the Government’s fleet.” He said this fleet includes vehicles used by the Police Service, other Protective Services and government ministries.”

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