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February 27, 2014updated 21 Jan 2022 8:49am

Philippines’ Landbank introduces new Visa debit card

Landbank of the Philippines has partnered with Visa to launch a new Visa debit card in the country.

By Verdict Staff

Landbank of the Philippines has partnered with Visa to launch a new Visa debit card in the country.

The new card allows cardholders to withdraw local currency from two million ATMs in over 200 countries across the world.

Additionally, cardholders can pay bills, shop online, and purchase over the phone and through mail using funds in their linked transaction account.

Landbank president and CEO, Gilda E Pico, said the new Visa debit card is part of their continuing effort to provide their cardholders with efficient and fast service by giving them freedom to access their money when they want, wherever they are.

Visa Phillipines and Guam country manager, Iain Jamieson, said their partnership with Landbank is a testament to their commitment to provide more Filipinos with access to electronic payments.

“With over 1.7 million Landbank customers, including all government employees, the Landbank Visa Debit card will allow cardholders to leave their cash at home and make purchases wherever Visa is accepted, with the convenience and security associated with the Visa brand,” Jamieson added.

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