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Veterinary Forum May 2007 (Vol 24, No 5)

CareCredit expands to Canada

    COSTA MESA, Calif. — CareCredit, a division of GE Money, has formed a new business unit in Canada devoted to the veterinary profession. The new Canadian division will be known as GE Money CareCredit.

    GE Money CareCredit will offer the same no- and low-interest client payment options for Canadian pet owners as those provided by CareCredit in the United States. Participating Canadian veterinary clinics will have access to the same benefits for their practices as their American counterparts, including direct electronic payment of funds within 2 business days, reduction in accounts receivable, associated billing and collection expenses and ongoing support for the practice, including client materials, online services and training.

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