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Sacombank and JCB launch car card in Vietnam
Nov 16, 2012

Hochiminch City/ Tokyo, November 9th 2012 – Saigon Thuong Tin Commercial Joint Stock Bank (Sacombank) and JCB International Co., Ltd. - the international operations subsidiary of JCB, the only global payment brand based in Japan - announce the launch of JCB credit card in Vietnam. This new card is the “Sacombank-JCB Car Card” focusing on car owner customers with many services and special benefits in Vietnam.

Sacombank-JCB Car Card holders can enjoy promotions and discounts when purchasing car-related services such as repair, maintenance and replacement of spare-parts, car accessories, navigation equipment, car washing and insurance; as well as discounts up to 50% in hundreds of shopping spots, dining venues and service points with the icon of Sacombank Plus; purchase in installments at 0% interest rate, and earn points to redeem for gifts while shopping. In addition, customers can use the Car Card at any JCB accepting locations in 190 countries and enjoy various benefits throughout the world with JCB.

From 09/11/2012 to 29/01/2013 Sacombank offers a promotion of VND 500,000 for the first 1,000 Car Card holders who have a total payment value at POS and through the Internet by 29/01/2013 of a minimum VND 5 million. Application criteria for Sacombank-JCB Car Card are: customers who own cars (max. 9 seats, over VND 300 million worth and not over five years old at registration) or customers who have an income of at least VND 5 million per month and have worked for the current company for 3 months or more. Sacombank and JCB also continue to work together to provide high-quality services meeting the diverse needs and lifestyles of Vietnam’s customers.

Categories: Retail Banking, Technology & Operations
Keywords: Sacombank, JCB



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