Tag Archive: credit card

Choosing Your First Credit Card In Malaysia: What You Need To Know

By June 25, 2020 5:10 pm

Malaysia: Are you planning to get a credit card for the first time? With different types of credit cards available, you need to learn how to compare credit cards to see which one is suitable for you. Learn more by reading this quick beginner’s guide to choosing your first credit card. If you’ve landed on […]

Quiz: What’s Your Credit Card Type?

By November 21, 2019 5:34 pm

Picking a credit card can be tricky. With the amount of options in the market, the filtering process tends to be a long and tiresome one. You have to think about which credit card provider to choose, what type of credit card suits your lifestyle needs, and then go through the product details. And then […]

10x Points with Citibank & Lazada’s New Shopping Credit Card

By October 2, 2019 6:42 am

People switch credit cards for a myriad of reasons, and for the majority, it’s the benefits that entices us. We study them exhaustively and size them up according to our lifestyle and needs, so it’s only natural for many of us shoppers to apply for a credit card that can offer us the best kind […]

maybank service charge for card and loan repayments over the counter

Maybank: Service Charge for Card & Loan Repayments begin 1 October 2019

By March 28, 2019 1:34 pm

Maybank has issued a notice stating that there will be service charges for credit card and loan or financing repayments that are done over-the-counter (OTC) starting 1st October 2019. There will be a fee of RM2 or RM0.50 for each transaction. For credit card and loan or financing repayments done over the counter at a […]

How the Standard Chartered JustOne Platinum addressed my concerns!

By February 8, 2019 12:04 pm

I’ll be honest, there are two things I’ve doubted before with credit cards: auto-billing and cashback. Auto-billing scares me because it feels like I’m not in control, and cashback is… well, I’ve never really looked at it. Standard Chartered’s JustOne Platinum card, however, addressed my concerns. How?