EastWest Bank launches Visa credit cards
EastWest Bank introduces the new EastWest Bank Visa credit cards. Available in Classic and Gold, the EastWest Bank Visa Credit Cards are for those who lead a multi-dimensional lifestyle, balancing work and leisure time with family. It allows cardholders to take care of their personal and business needs while providing them with privileges they deserve.
Privileges that are unique to the credit card are Free Family Accident Protection. Life Insurance Protection, Travel Accident and Inconvenience Insurance (for Visa Gold cardholders), and free Hospitalization Reimbursement Benefit for Visa Gold and Classic cardholders.
Iain Jamieson, Visa country manager for the Philippines, said, "We are excited to partner with EastWest Bank in providing cardholders with a convenient, secure and fast purchase transaction option wherever they are in the world. Travel is made easier and stress-free by Visa's acceptance at millions of merchants outlets and ATMs in more than 200 countries and territories. By Using the EastWest Bank Visa credit card, cardholders can find it easier to manage their multi-dimensional lifestyles."
Jackie Fernandez, senior vice president and head of EastWest Bank's Credit Card Group said, "Nowadays, with a variety of places to go and things to do, it is important that a cardholder's payment transaction is fast and secure. EastWest Bank's Visa credit cards allow cardholders to fulfill their purchasing needs, while being assured of worldwide acceptance and security powered by Visa."
EastWest Bank Visa credit cards also offer Limitless Rewards. Cardholders earn Rewards points by using their EastWest Bank Visa credit card. Accumulated Rewards points may be converted into Rewards vouchers which cardholders may use to purchase merchandise or exchange for gift certificates at partner merchants. Cardholders can share their spending privilege with up to nine (9) supplementary cardholders.
For customer assistance, cardholders may call EastWest Bank's 24/7 Customer Service Hotline at 888-1700.
Source: Malaya newspaper