OBJECTIVES OF STUDY Primary objectives:-
•To know the perception of people towards plastic money.
•To know the importance of plastic money in the daily life of consumers’ W.R.T credit and debit cards.
•To study the benefits of debit card and credit cards.
•To find out the market leader among the various banks/companies issuing credit and debit cards
•To know the problems faced by respondents using plastic money.
•To study the satisfaction level of consumers towards plastic money.
NEED AND SCOPE OF THE STUDY
Need of the study:-
It is rightly said the plastic money is need of hour. People are using these cards on a vast scale. But after considering the review of literature…show more content… Master Card
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Progress in civilization in its turn has brought out radical changes in the manner of trading. The need for something intrinsically useful and easily applicable in everyday dealing is clearly felt. Cash in the form of currency notes and coins makes up just one form of the payment system. Development in banking while also giving inputs to the further development of cash brought about a second phase in payment namely paper instructions such as cheques and credit transfers. The requirement for greater flexibility and convenience has led to electronic payments, and this is where plastic cards have proved their worth. It allows the card issuers to limit the sum of money the card-holders wish to spend. The spending of card-holders who have defaulted on payments or who are over their credit limit can be restricted until the balances are cleared.
Definition of credit card
A credit card is a credit-token within the meaning of section 14(1), Consumer Credit Act 1974 of the UK which defines a credit-token as a card, cheque, voucher, coupon, stamp, form