Photo Release: TMB debuts new credit card TMB ABSOLUTE targeting high-end customers

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Wednesday July 17, 2019 14:11
Bangkok--17 Jul--Idea Works Communications

Marie Ramlie, (centre) Head of Retail Products, TMB Bank Public Company Limited, together with Jaray Jianthanakanon (3rd from left), Head of Retail Lending Products, TMB, held a grand event to debut the new credit card TMB ABSOLUTE Via Signature. It is a high-end credit card that offers extensive privileges over other cards. It is considered as the first credit card in Thailand without foreign currency conversion (FX) risk fees of 2.5%. Every 10 baht spent earns 1 point, with no foreign transaction fees when spending overseas. The cardholder will also earn double TMB Rewards Plus for every 10 baht spent via online shopping equals 2 points or 12.5 baht = 1 ROP, making it a speedy accumulation on miles redemption. The event recently held at CentralWorld was honoured by Maximilian Hempel, (left), Head of TMB Contact Center, TMB, Phatcharee Kamolvej, (2nd from left), Team Head of Retail Marketing Management – Lending, TMB, Angsumalin Fordham, (2nd from right), Head of Business Development, Visa International (Thailand) Ltd including Sririta Jensen and Bam-Pitipat Kootrakul.


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