|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|Kuwait Finance House - Al-Tayseer Platinum Card||Minimum Salary: KWD 0||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: Yes||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: KWD 120||Rate: 0%|
"AL-Tayseer" platinum standard credit card package offers special promotions for their worthy customers accordance to Islamic sharia law. The customers will be able to avail a high credit limit with easy monthly repayment of the outstanding balance.
- Credit limit between KD 850 to KD 1,200 for the two cards combined.
- One monthly balance statement for the package.
- Free e-statement option available.
- Card balance can be reviewed online through "KFH Online" service or through KFH App.
- Safe and secure payment as the card equipped with smart chip and online payment secured with 3D Secure service.
- Salary transfer is not mandatory in order to issue the card, instead, an amount of money equivalent to credit limit can be reserved.
- Due amounts to be repaid on 12 monthly installments minimum of KD 70 or 8.33% of the due amount.
- No Extra charges on due amounts.
- Special discounts and promotions from countless international brands in Kuwait.
- KD 120 annual subscription fees deducted over 12 months and will be debited in monthly installments of KD 10.
- No extra charges in case of using the maximum credit limit.
- No interests.
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