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Jordan’s Launches Private-Label Credit Card Program with TD Bank

TD Bank’s Cards and Merchant Solutions division announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement to provide a private-label credit card program for Jordan’s Furniture.

The Jordan’s Furniture credit card, which is financed by TD Bank, will be available at all Jordan’s Furniture stores and online.

“Customer experience is of the utmost importance to us. It is crucial that we offer a credit card with a range of affordable financing options to meet the ever-changing needs of our customers,” said Eliot Tatelman, Jordan's President and CEO. “When evaluating partners, we found that TD Bank’s flexible and customized card partnership approach directly aligned with our mission to make furniture shopping manageable and exciting.”

“We are thrilled to add Jordan’s Furniture to our portfolio of furniture retailers, as the organization’s culture and values directly align with ours,” said Mike Rittler, head of Retail Card Services at TD Bank. “With six stores across Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island, Jordan’s Furniture offers customers brand name furniture at an affordable price. We are looking forward to rolling this program out to consumers that are already familiar with TD Bank’s capabilities and customer service in the region.”

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Robert Saquet    3 years ago

Once again the marketing genius of Jordan's Furniture finds a new way to perpetuate its domination of the southern New England retail furniture market. Most likely this will be a VISA credit card which will have built in financing programs to make closing a furniture purchase quicker and easier. Remember, Jordan's maintains its dominance by never using the two most sacred words in furniture advertising--"Sale" and "Discount". They have earned my admiration despite having them as a competitor for many years.