How would you interpret the phrase “with the right credit card” in the context?
How would you interpret the phrase “with the right credit card” in the seventh sentence?
PS: the excerpt is taken from “Good Intentions” written by an Israeli author, Etgar Keret. And I’m reading an English translation.
I’m thirty-one. I’ve had twenty-nine contracts since I got started. Twenty-six of them I completed in one go. I never try to understand the people I kill. Never try to understand why. Business is business, and like I said, I’m a pro. I’ve got a good reputation, and in a profession like mine a good reputation is all that counts. You don’t exactly place an ad in the paper or offer special rates to people with the right credit card. The only thing that keeps you in business is that people know they can count on you to get the job done. That’s why I’ve made it a policy never to back out on a contract. Anyone who checks my record will find nothing but satisfied customers. Satisfied customers and stiffs.