Shoppers spent an average of pounds 600 on their credit cards last Christmas, according to the Credit Card Research Group (CCRG).
What does CCRG stand for?
CCRG stands for Credit Card Research Group
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We have 24 other meanings of CCRG in our Acronym Attic
- Court Clerk Revolving Fund
- Cross-Coupled Resonator Filter
- Contra Costa Regional Fire Communications Center (California)
- Clark County Regional Flood Control District
- Canada-Costa Rica Free Trade Agreement
- Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (Rochester, NY)
- Charm City Roller Girls
- Climate Change Research Group
- Cognitive Computing Research Group
- Congestion Control Research Group (research; Internet networking)
- Criminal Conviction Review Group
- Cardiff Centre for Research in Genetics and Society (Cardiff University; UK)
- California Coalition for Rural Housing (Sacramento, CA)
- Center for Columbia River History (Vancouver, WA)
- Central Campus Residence Hall (University of Alabama in Huntsville; Huntsville, AL)
- Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy (est. 1978; India)
- Climate Change Research Hall (National Institute for Environmental Studies)
- Conseil pour la Conservation des Ressources Halieutiques (Canada)
- Central Canada Reining Horse Association
- Capturing, Coordinating and Remembering Human Experience (project funded by US National Science Foundation; Carnegie Mellon University; Pittsburgh, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A study by Credit Card Research Group revealed that last year in the UK, credit and debit card use accounted for pounds 209bn and represented more than 50 per cent of high street trading.
Matthew Whittaker, of the Credit Card Research Group, said: "The credit card market is extremely difficult to break and providers are willing to make a loss just so they can get a foothold.
The Credit Card Research Group said yesterday, of the pounds 8bn people put on their plastic during July, pounds 3.
According to the Credit Card Research Group, we used credit and debit cards abroad some 178 million times in 2001, spending a total pounds 12bn.
The Credit Card Research Group is expecting consumers to spend close to pounds 14billion on their cards while they are on holiday during 2002, with about pounds 8.
The figures, from the Credit Card Research Group, come 36 years after credit cards were introduced and 18 years since the first debit cards were made available.
Nick Cobban of the Credit Card Research Group says: "Mistakes are few and far between although nothing is guaranteed 100 per cent.