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Eastwest Bank Credit Cards
A credit card is a convenient tool for paying for the important things in your life. There are so many credit cards to choose from in the Philippines; it is important that you consider your family’s basic needs as well as your budget. EastWest Bank is one of the credit card providers in the country offering rewards cards that you can use to your advantage.
There are several types of EastWest Bank credit cards: the Practical Credit Card, the Dolce Vita MasterCard, and the Platinum MasterCard. There is also the basic EastWest Bank Credit Card, the basic credit card offered by the bank. Users are provided with privileges such as limitless rewards and complimentary features such as free life insurance protection, free family accident and dismemberment protection, and free hospitalization reimbursement benefit. If you happen to get the EastWest Bank Gold Credit Card, you get free travel accident and inconvenience insurance.
Like other credit cards, EastWest Bank also gives rewards to its users. For instance, having its basic credit card qualifies you to one rewards point for every 100 Pesos charged to it. When you accumulate enough rewards points, you can convert them into Rewards Vouchers for buying merchandise or you can exchange them for gift certificates with partner establishments.
Special credit cards
EastWest Bank also offers special types of credit cards for unique and specific uses. For instance, its Dolce Vita MasterCard is specifically tailored for women with features such as free annual Pap smear, free cancer life shield, Dolce Vita charms, free maternity reimbursement benefit, and free annual mammogram or ultrasound.
Which EastWest Bank credit card is best for me?
You can learn more about EastWest Bank Credit Cards by visiting the nearest EastWest Bank branch in your area or by visiting its official website. If it is your first time to own a credit card, consider the EastWest Bank Practical Credit Card because it offers the easiest monthly payments with low monthly interest rates, and it also offers a flexible way for you to pay for your membership fee while giving you essential rewards everyday. Alternatively, you can choose the EastWest Bank Credit Card (Visa or MasterCard Gold) if you want to use a credit card for your family’s needs.
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HSBC Credit Card
Ever thought of getting a credit card but don’t know where to start? For majority of cardholders we know, credit cards are terrific tools that certainly have very great advantages.
We at comprecreditcards.com.ph have surveyed many customers and here is what came out…
Its very handy payment. That’s the big thing, right? You don’t have to worry about being robbed or something because you don’t have that big cash with you. Even if you’re just making small purchases, it’s a big help. Plus, the fact that we are in the on-line shopping age, it’s a total must have.
On the spot loans. When you’re short of cash, a credit card will be there to save you from the embarrassment of not being able to pay as it will help you make up for your purchase. To avoid any fees, just pay your balance in full.
You have no idea as to where you’re spending your money? People have the tendency to say they don’t know where half of their money went. With a credit card, you can easily track your purchases on your monthly payments. So if you think your wife spent too much for the month, check on your bill, who knows, it might even be you…
It’s easier to pay off. It’s easy to pay credit card bills. All you have to do is find an ATM with your checking or an easy account transfer. Good news is you don’t have to wait a month to pay it off. And guess what, some even lets cardholders pay their bills ONLINE. So say goodbye long lines; Hello to convenience!
You get rewards.
Every time you make transactions you earn point or “rewards” that you can exchange for either gift checks, vouchers, exclusive items or maybe the cash back system. We’re not saying that you use your credit card non-stop to avail of these, but as a matter of fact, it is a nice bonus.
Very exclusive deals. How would you spell exclusive? Its “c-r-e-d-i-t-c-a-r-d”. Why? Because you get a lot of high class services that are only available for those people who hold the cards. Sometimes its discounts on products, dining and traveling first class. Remember the times when you really wanted to buy something and you were able to buy it because of the discount my credit card was able to give me.
We can go on and on with these, but nothing is really important than learning it by experience. Everything has its ups and downs. It’s up to you, as the card holder, to become responsible in how you manage your money. Look into the bigger picture of how credit cards make life easier and who knows you might just even love it. Just be responsible and a word of advice, pay your dues on time, all the time…