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Cambodian Public Bank launches Platinum Cards

Cambodian Public Bank launches Platinum Cards

In conjunction with the 20th anniversary of Cambodian Public Bank (Campu Bank) this year, Campu Bank launched the Campu Bank Visa Platinum and Platinum MasterCard on 28 May 2012 offering affluent customers a premium card tailored to their lavish and fulfilling life style.

Exclusively, Campu Bank Platinum Cards offers 0.20 per cent cash rebate for retail purchases, purchase protection plan insurance for goods purchased, complimentary access to the airport lounge at the Phnom Penh International Airport, access to Red Carpet Banking Services and many other benefits such as special discounts of up to 30 per cent in select hotels, restaurants and retailers. During the promotional period, Campu Bank is offering a limited edition 24K gold-plated ‘Money Tree’, ‘God of Wealth’ or ‘Eagle’ as a promotional gift to successful applicants.

“We are continuously exploring to provide our customers with more rewards and privileges that complement their lifestyle needs. Customers today have become more savvy and sophisticated in their lifestyle choices and look out for better payment cards to reflect their prestige,” Phan Ying Tong, the country head of Campu Bank.

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