personalized credit card image

Source: WikipediaMetrobank Card, a personal finance company, which is 60 percent owned by Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company and 40 percent owned by the Australia New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), has launched its credit card image personalization service.

The service is called DesignMyCard. Personalization is done online by visiting New card holders and existing card holders can use the service. The website has a few photos for use but users can upload their own design. Photo uploads must follow the image guidelines for it to be approved for printing.

It costs PHP450.00 (USD10.71) to personalize each credit card. Fees are billed to the principal card holder’s statement.

This service is similar to the service offered by ANZ’s New Zealand subsidiaries, ANZ New Zealand and The National Bank of New Zealand. The only difference is that in New Zealand only the ATM cards are personalized. You can visit the personalization services here and here.

Being a Metrobank credit card client, I would want to also personalize my two cards but as of now I don’t have the perfect photo or image for my cards.

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Rural banks can now invest in automated teller machines (ATMs) in a move that would increase the network of smaller banks in the provinces, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) said over the weekend.

I am a fan of rural banks because they give high interest rates for savings while they are also covered with deposit insurance. It won’t be long enough when I get an ATM card with my rural bank savings account.

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