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FirstBank Fetes Customers with Bouquet of Dollar Denominated Cards for Summer Holiday

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017 9:00AM/ First Bank of Nigeria

Holiday revelers are in for a more exciting time this summer with FirstBank’s bouquet of Dollar denominated cards.  Convenience, security, flexibility and improved spend are the key defining features of these Dollar cards. To delight customers, wherever they travel this summer, FirstBank offers three Dollar card products namely - Visa Gold, Visa Dollar Prepaid, and Visa Dual Currency Card.

FirstBank Visa Gold Card is issued either as a self-funded or a cash backed revolving credit card. This premium card, gives the flexibility of defining your spend limit and is eligible for discount on purchases at selected Visa partnered merchant locations, worldwide. The revolving credit variant offers up to 45 days interest free period on utilised funds.

 

The Visa Dollar prepaid card is the perfect travel card for secure and controlled spending. What you spend is limited to your pre-defined budget, which is paid into a dedicated card account. It is an ideal card to empower children and young adults to shop independently while on vacation and also suitable as an internet shopping card or international gift card for friends, associates and loved ones.

 

With FirstBank Visa Dual Currency Card, both Naira and Dollar accounts are linked to a single card for direct spend, home and abroad.  The card gives access to spend from domiciliary account while out of the country and Naira account when customers are back in Nigeria.

 

According to Chuma Ezirim, Group Head, E-Business, FirstBank, the Bank’s dollar denominated cards are positioned to support the life style and convenience of its customers, putting them first. FirstBank’s Visa Gold, Visa Dollar Prepaid, and Visa Dual Currency Cards are acceptable for payment and cash withdrawals on Web, POS, and ATMs at over 118 merchant locations in over 200 countries and territories of the world.  

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