ACB offers incentives for international credit card holders

12-Nov-2009 Intellasia | 11/Nov/2009 Dau Tu Chung Khoan | 6:00 PM Print This Post

In order to promote incentives for clients, Asian Commercial Bank (ACB) has informed all clients being ABC’s Master card holders of a promotional programme held by Master card.

Accordingly, all ACB’s Master card international payment card and credit card holders are entitled to various incentives when going shopping at Diamond Plaza. With each invoice worth 800,000 dong when payment is made by Master card, clients will be gifted a 100,000 dong coupon. This programme will last until the end of November 22. For further details, clients can visit the website: ACB has also launched a series of promotional programmes for international credit card holders through cooperation with international payment card accepting points.

Namely, ACB offers promotions for the bank’s international credit card holders when they buy online air-tickets of Cathay Pacific at In addition, the first tickets buyers are offers souvenirs from Cathay Pacific. This programme lasts until the end of November 30.

These are considered to be opportunities for international credit card holders of ACB to receive various incentives.

Using ACB’s international credit cards, clients are entitled to different incentives such as participating into the global medical aid insurance programme (ACB SOS) held by ACB in cooperation with Bao Viet and SOS. Under this programme, those who meet medical risks, loose important papers and others when going abroad will be able to receive help and will be paid all costs (standard insurance cards are worth $5,000 and gold insurance cards $10,000). Additionally, clients can pay electricity, water, mobile phone, insurance premium bills and others through ACB’s call centre 247.

ACB has issued Visa international cards since 1997. The bank has so far issued over 38,000 international credit cards and about 210,000 international payment cards.


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