Visa Creates 350 Jobs at Miami Customer Service Center
"Despite tremendous competition from around the world to host this customer service center, Miami made the most strategic and financial sense, given our current operations, while providing the additional benefit of allowing Visa to keep these jobs in the US," said Visa Inc. President John Partridge.
The new employees will support Visa's Extras rewards program, debit processing services and global customer assistance program.
The State of Florida's Qualified Targeted Industry (QTI) Tax Refund and the Miami-Dade County Targeted Jobs Incentive Fund (TJIF) helped fund the expansion.
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