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- Location: Los Angeles
I've read a ton of discussion (on this forum and others) about Diner's Club, their majestic ascension to prestige and their tragic fall from grace.
I've also read about how terrible their acceptance is/was, their lack of customer service, their insane membership/card-usage fees and how they, as a company, have swapped hands more than greenbacks in the back of an Italian pizza joint (I jest).
Out of pure curiosity, I called them the other day to ask if they were ever coming back to the U.S. market, and they said they were, although they didn't have any ETA as far as when they'd be accepting applications. I'm wondering if anyone has any inside knowledge as far as the details go regarding when (or if) they're ultimately coming back to the U.S., and what -- if any -- overhauls they'll make to ensure they're competitive once again?
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