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What are credit card brands?

A credit card brand is a network of issuers and acquirers that process a specific brand of payment cards. Card brands are companies—such as Visa, Mastercard, or American Express—that facilitate credit card and debit card payments by lending funds to merchants and seeking reimbursement from cardholders. Some card brands work with issuing banks while others serve as their own issuers.

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