Visa is one of the world's most trusted names in payment processing and financial services. Founded in 1958, Visa has grown to become the global leader in payment processing and financial services, with over 3 billion Visa cards in circulation and 280 million Visa cardholders spending over $3 trillion each year. Visa partners with banks and other financial institutions to provide secure, convenient, and reliable payment access to individuals, businesses, and governments around the world. From debit and credit cards to online payments and digital wallets, Visa makes it easy and secure to move money. With its commitment to safety, security, and innovation, Visa has revolutionized the way we pay and is making the future of payment processing available to everyone.
1) Which of the following is Visa's official slogan?
2) Where was Visa founded?
3) When was Visa introduced?
4) What type of chip is embedded in Visa cards?
5) What type of Visa card is the most popular?
6) Who issues Visa cards?
7) What type of data is stored on a Visa card?
8) What type of card security is used on Visa cards?
9) What is the minimum age to be approved for a Visa card?
10) How long is the average Visa card valid for?
11) What is the maximum credit limit for a Visa card?
12) What currency is used for Visa transactions?
13) What type of rewards are offered with some Visa cards?
14) Where can Visa cards be used?
15) How much does it cost to use a Visa card?
16) How many countries accept Visa cards?
17) What is the name of Visa's mobile wallet service?
18) What type of authentication is used for Visa cards?
19) What is the name of Visa's contactless payment system?
20) What is the maximum liability for unauthorized Visa card transactions?
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