NEW YORK — DHL customer services says it will not make money for its cards and that it has no intention of selling its cards anytime soon.
“We are not going anywhere,” a DHL spokeswoman said.
“We have a good business.
We are doing what we can to support our customers.”
She also said the company would continue to offer its products and services to its customers.
The spokeswoman said that since the company began making money through its customers in the mid-2000s, the company has not seen a profit increase.
DHL did not respond to questions about why it is making no money.
In 2014, the Washington Post published a story on how the company was getting away with stealing credit card information from its cardmembers.DHL said the story had prompted it to revise its business strategy, but that it is still profitable.
The company said that the information leak has been fixed and that the data is being used to enhance the security of its cardholder information.