Credit and debit card company Visa is planning to ban the use of its Visa Buxom credit card on all accounts within Nordstrom, according to a recent report from The Sport Book.
This will come into effect July 1, according a statement from Nordstrom.
“Visa Buxoms are designed to provide the best value for consumers by simplifying the process of making a purchase online,” said Nordstrom spokesperson Andrea Giese.
“This includes the purchase of online-only purchases.
Visa Bios, Visa Verification and Visa-issued credit cards are all compatible with the Visa BX program.”
The Visa BUXOM credit card has a one-year expiration date and is currently available for purchase through Visa’s website.
The Visa BAXO credit card, which allows customers to purchase online, has a three-year term and has a six-month expiration date.
The Visa Visa Bexom credit Card has a two-year lifetime expiry date and can be purchased through Visa online.
Buxom Visa card: $30 credit card with 1.25 million points per year, 1.5 million credit card balance per year (plus $5 in fees), no annual feeThe Visa Business Card: $10 credit card (up to 1.75 million points) with 1 million points and no annual feesThe Visa Flex Visa Card: No annual fee, no annual balance, no points and a 1.4 million point bonusA credit card from Credit.com is also available on Nordstrom’s site. “The Visa® Buxomy Visa credit card will continue to be available through Visa Business and Visa Flex until further notice,” the company said in a statement.
The Visa Nordstrom Visa card can be used for purchases at Nordstrom stores.
Credit cards that can be applied to a Nordstrom purchase include the Visa Business card and the Visa Flex credit card.
Nordstrom has a total of 24 stores, including Nordstrom in New York City and in Chicago.