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Sberbank Simplified the Procedure Of Issuing Cards
2.08.2017 15:37
Sberbank Simplified the Procedure Of Issuing Cards

Sberbank has made it simpler and more beneficial for new clients to get credit cards.

      Clients who do not have pre-approved offers can simply show their passports to get credit cards. Previously they had to provide proof of income and a copy of their employment record book as well. Applications are reviewed within 24 hours.

      In addition, Sberbank has stopped charging a fee for the first year of service for new clients who use non-co-branded Visa and MasterCard credit cards (Classic, Standard, and Gold categories). This will help clients save from 750 to 3,000 roubles depending on the card type. The discount is available to clients whose cards are issued in 2017.





Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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