Current Daily International Spend Limits on Debit Card – Dec 22, 2015

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Tuesday, December 22, 2015 12.34 PM / Stanbic  IBTC and Zenith Bank Plc


This is to notify you of changes in the international daily spend limits on your MasterCard Debit card effective 17th December, 2015. This will only affect your daily spend on POS and Online (Web) terminals for International payments.

Please see details below:

Please note that the changes above only apply to PoS and Web limits on your MasterCard Debit cards and does not affect the daily spend limits on your Credit cards and prepaid cards.

Zenith Bank Plc


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