Mogul of Pineapples
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Yes but keep in mind they didn't buy Diners Club; they only purchased ownership of the transaction network, and that being said, I don't even think they have every country as part of that.
There is definitely potential for Diners Club International and the USA divisions to increase revenue majorly. Others on here have mentioned they should go back to their roots and as the name implies, start a credit card that gives a discount at restaurants. I think that's a great idea and that may be the only way they can make a comeback in the United States.
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