|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|Bank Muscat - classic credit card||Minimum Salary: OMR 250||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: OMR 10||Rate: 1.5%|
- Omani nationals or residents with a valid resident card and visa
- minimum age of 18 years
- a minimum monthly salary of OMR 250 or an equivalent deposit
- meet bank muscat’s credit requirements
- work for the government or in a listed bank muscat approved company
- copy of id card (nationals)
- a copy of the resident card, passport and a valid visa (expatriates)
- salary transfer letter or deposit in the bank
- details of any existing debt burden if any (home loan, investment, property loans, personal loans)
you need to repay the ‘minimum payment due’, which is equivalent to 5% or OMR 10 (whichever is higher) of the ‘current balance’, as well as any past dues.
- worldwide acceptance
- 52 days interest-free credit period
- cash advance facility from visa ATMs worldwide
- supplementary cards for family members over 18 years of age
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