Flying J and Comdata reach agreement for card acceptance
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Flying J and Comdata reach agreement for card acceptance

Flying J will now accept Comdata methods of payment at more than 250 of its locations across the U.S. and Canada. The arrangement will provide a new payment method that will enable more motor carriers and professional drivers to have access to Flying J’s fuel network and highway hospitality services, the company said.

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Flying J Inc., a privately held Utah corporation that operates a large network of full-service travel plazas and fuel stops, announced that Comdata methods of payment will now be accepted at more than 250 Flying J locations across the U.S. and Canada. Comdata, based in Brentwood, Tenn., is an industry leader specializing in payment processing and data management products for the trucking industry, the company said.

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“We are pleased an agreement has been made that will enable Flying J to immediately accept Comdata cards at our locations,” said Flying J President and CEO Crystal Maggelet. “This arrangement will provide a new payment method that will enable more motor carriers and professional drivers to have access to Flying J’s fuel network and state-of-the-art highway hospitality services.”

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