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An exciting journey together is on the horizon.


Working together to enhance your customers’ travel experience, as well


as adding real value to your business. The Escape Travel Money Prepaid MasterCard ®


a competitively priced currency solution, allowing you to provide them with a better customer experience, whilst increasing your revenue.


And while your customers enjoy using a secure, easy to manage and load card that is accepted worldwide – delivering reduced foreign currency costs and backed-up by a 24/7 customer helpline – you too will feel the benefits from the commission paid during the life of the card.


• Attractive commission for life of card • Load cashback rather than giving discounts • Added value customer service • Full CRM programme to drive re-loads • Promotional support to sell extra holidays • Zero or minimal set-up costs


• Option to create your own prepaid branded travel card, tailored to your business needs


Visit: tuxedomoneysolutions.com/travel Card offers your customers


The Escape Travel Money Prepaid MasterCard®


Card is issued by IDT Financial Services Ltd. IDT Financial Services Limited is part of the IDT Corporation Group


of International Companies headquartered in the US. Its cards are issued pursuant to license by MasterCard International Incorporated. MasterCard and the MasterCard Brand Mark are registered trademarks of MasterCard International Incorporated. IDT Financial Services Limited is a regulated bank, licensed by the Financial Services Commission (FSC), Gibraltar, under the Financial Services (Banking) Act 1992. Registered Office: 57-63 Line Wall Road, Gibraltar. Registered No: 95716. Directors: M. Fischer, J.Raanan, D. Spier, T. Streatfeild-James. All communications should be sent Escape Travel, PO Box 3753, Chester CH1 9UH.


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To learn more about the benefits the Escape Travel Card could deliver, call:


07585 950 285


or email: joanne.briggs@tuxedomoney.com


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