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Timothy Ho
2018-03-22 16:01:55
5 Types Of Co-Branded Credit Cards In Singapore
Credit cards have become increasingly popular in Singapore. In our push to transform our nation into a cashless society, credit card companies are finding ways to grow their market share, and to retain a place in our wallets. One way to get new customers to sign up and use their credit cards is to launch co-branded cards. What Are Co-Branded Credit Cards? Think of popular credit cards that you see in Singapore that include not just the name of the credit card companies which issued them, but also a popular retailer that you would frequently buy a product or service from. For example, one the most popular co-branded credit card in Singapore would be the American Express Singapore Airline KrisFlyer Card. As you can observe from the name of the card itself, the credit card is issued by Americ
Towards Financial Freedom (SGX)
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