Welcome to the town of
Point Less, Kansas!
Mayor Aaron Abbotson is extremely excited to show off his home. A place where credit card points and rewards were eliminated, but they didn’t stop there. They got rid of all points. In fact, they no longer count votes, the Mayor is elected by alphabetical order.
Join Mayor Aaron as he shows off Point Less Suites, Point Less Regional Airport, the local diner, and other exciting pointless places.
Despite Mayor Aaron’s over-the-top exuberance, the residents of Point Less are less than pleased with the effect that the absence of points has had on their everyday lives.
Tourism to this once thriving town has been cut down to nothing. The hotel, airport, and small businesses are slowly dying without points.
Life couldn’t be more different for the lucky folks who live across the lake in the pleasant and prosperous town of Point More, Kansas.
Even the local candy shop was forced to close its storefront. Now they run their small business out of their home and a sad little candy cart. The owner had relied on benefits and cash back from credit card purchases to offset many of the costs of running his candy shop.
Without points, that all went away.
Point Less is a fictional town set in Kansas.
Its story should serve as a warning to all who care about points.
Say No To A Point Less World
The Credit Card Competition Act would fundamentally change the way that your credit card transactions are processed. It would take choice out of consumers’ hands and give it to mega retail corporations. The bill threatens programs that consumers rely on for travel, cash back, and everyday purchases through points and rewards. American consumers could lose more than $50 billion per year in benefits.
Do you want to live in a world without points?