The Number of Latino Cardholders Grew in 2004-2011in the USA, According to Packaged Facts

13 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

Between 2004 and 2011 the total number of American consumers with credit cards dropped 5%. The new report "Consumer Payments in the U.S.: The Latino Market" by Packaged Facts states that during this same period, however, the number of Latino credit card holders increased 23%. The vibrant growth in the number of Latino cardholders helped arrest what would have been an even more significant decline in the total number of American consumers owning credit cards. Latinos also obtained debit and prepaid cards at a substantially higher rate than the general population. The following state-of-the-industry report from Packaged Facts analyzes the top trends and developments driving the Latino consumer payments market, so you can better understand and target your customers.

Report Details:

Consumer Payments in the U.S.: The Latino Market
Published: August, 2012
Pages: 124
Price: US$ 3.995,00

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More information can be found in the report “Consumer Payments in the U.S.: The Latino Market” by Packaged Facts.

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