JCBI, Far Eastern Bank join forces to launch JCB and MIR-JCB cards

Wednesday 5 February 2020 12:21 CET | News

Far Eastern Bank has announced that it became the fourth bank in Russia to start issuing JCB cards.

PJSC Far East Bank is one of the banks in the financial market of the Far East and Eastern Siberia, while Japan-based JCB, has more than 130 million JCB cardholders in 24 countries and regions, and its cards are accepted in 33 million retail and service enterprises around the world.

As part of the agreement, Far Eastern Bank is launching the issuance of JCB Standard and Platinum cards, and co-branded MIR-JCB Standard cards. Thus, cardholders can enjoy various exclusive privileges and discounts at restaurants, shops, airports, and travel agencies around the world. Also, JCB Standard cardholders will receive 5% cashback on purchases in the duty free, taxi, and fast food categories, and 0.5% cashback on all other transactions. At the same time, a cashback up to 7% when shopping in duty free, gift shops, and restaurants will be available to JCB Platinum cardholders.

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Keywords: JCBI, Far Eastern Bank, launch, JCB, MIR-JCB, cards, Russia, banks, Japan, cardholders, financial market, cashback
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: Japan, Russian Federation
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Payments & Commerce