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Revolut

Promo Codes

Multi Currency Cards

Bryan Choo
Bryan Choo
Level 4. Prodigy
Updated 2w ago
Hi there There is currently a referral promotion going on for the next 17 days . Where I would receive a $39 bonus for person who signs up a under my referral code. I would be more than happy to split the amount with you if you were to sign up for the account. All you have to do is 1. Use the referral code here 2. Sign up and verify identity 3. Make any purchase on your card. https://revolut.com/referral/bryan9gyi!F07121
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Revolut

Multi Currency Cards

Yejin
Yejin
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered 3w ago
Sign up now using my link for free $39 SGD & Revolut visa card! Valid after your first card purchase. Super useful when purchasing online and abroad with no conversion fee nor service charge! better rates than other provider like youtrip. I myself already has been using it greatly and recommended it to my friends 21 more days till the promo ends! https://revolut.com/referral/yejin9fgu!F07121
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Grab

Multi Currency Cards

MileLion

SG Budget Babe

Credit Cards

Choon Yuan Chan
Choon Yuan Chan
Level 9. God of Wisdom
Updated on 15 Dec 2019
Grabpay Card is good to get because it allows you to Top up into YOUTRIP (for now). Youtrip can function as a physical mastercard and as an EZ link card. This means you can use the youtrip card to pay for most of your expenditure at stores and EZ link; while yet getting outsized cash rebates and airmiles for topping into grabpay Secondly the grabpay card itself allows you to pay for online mobile bills and purchases. On top of it, it earns you equivalent airmiles at 1.8+ miles per dollar (for platinum members) or about 1.5% cashback in grab credits for rides.
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General

MileLion

Multi Currency Cards

Credit Cards

Hey Lipton, Everyone seems to be posting about current cards in Singapore, so I'll talk about what's probably the worst looking card I've ever seen. ! This travesty of a card is the Kardashian Kard (a prepaid debit card), and it was launched in 2010 in America. It was targeted towards young teens, and had basically no benefits. It ignited an absolute tempest of criticism when launched, due to the high fees- and even drew criticism from then-Connecticut Attorney-General, George Jepson; who called it "predatory". Here's a list of the fees- ! The card was cancelled soon after (thankfully), and the Karshadians have since moved away from the Credit Card Business.
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Wirex

Cryptocurrency

Multi Currency Cards

Hi Anon, WireX is part of a wave of new Fintech Companies that have popped up in the last decade, focused mainly on Cryptocurrency and multi-currency. They may be mentioned in the same breath as Crypto.com and TenX when it comes to Cryptocurrency- in the usage of Crypto in everyday transactions; as well as possibly Youtrip and Revolut when it comes to Multi-Currency Cards. They don't really have a presence in Singapore yet, but I believe they're trying to break into the market here. You'd have to open an account with them- it'll allow you to buy Crypto, top-up your wallet using credit cards etc. Only then will you be able to apply for your WireX Card. Their WireX Travel card functions as a multi-currency card that can have both crypto-to-fiat, and fiat-to-fiat transactions. This is unique, as their aforementioned competitors in the same multi-currency space usually only focus on one of these types of transactions. Moreover, they also have a rewards program called Cryptoback, which is a cryptocurrency rewards programme gives you up to 1.5% back in your BTC account. These are some other features of the WireX card: - Make international payments - The app lets you transfer money to anyone in the world, fee-free, at the interbank exchange rate. - Fee-free global spending - Your Wirex card automatically makes overseas payments in the local currency at the interbank rate without charging any exchange fees. - Free ATM withdrawals - You can withdraw from both local and overseas ATMs for free. - Hold different currencies in your account - You can hold a balance or make an exchange in 8 digital and 11 traditional currencies within the app. - Control your card and account - You can block and unblock your card in the Wirex app as well as set monthly spending limits. - Referral Codes - Also, for every successful referral, both you and your friend will receive $10 worth of bitcoin. - Worldwide acceptance - Wirex cards can be used wherever Visa is accepted, whether in stores or online. - Buy, hold and spend cryptocurrency. It's still very early, as if I'm correct, they only entered the Singaporean market in late 2019. We'll have to see how they position themselves to make an impact, in order to fully assess their potential as a multi-currency/crypto card.
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YouTrip

Multi Currency Cards

It might be because of background check or lack of supporting documents. Send them an email to seek clarification. They will usually respond pretty quickly. Here is everything about me and what I do best.
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TransferWise

Standard Chartered Online Trading

Multi Currency Cards

Investments

Yes absolutely, in my experience they are safe and fast and probably the cheapest
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Travel

Multi Currency Cards

Revolut

YouTrip

JT
JT
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered 3w ago
Both cards are rougly similar but I will go for revolut as it offers more flexibility than Youtrip. For one, you cannot withdraw money back into physical cash or to your bank account after it has been deposited into your youtrip account which can be done with Revolut. Another benefit of revolut would be the ability to send money over to other revolut users and the ability to withdraw money from overseas ATMs. If you plan on registering, you can sign up via my referral link to get a free Revolut physical card. https://revolut.com/referral/jeryll2z14!F07121
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Payments

Savings

Multi Currency Cards

Savings Accounts

Credit Cards

Davin
Davin
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 3w ago
There will be less manual work if we go cashless and reduce business cost, but this is difficult to implement in some countries like Japan, Singapore as there are many old folks that are not tech savvy.
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Stocks Discussion

Investments

Savings

Payments

Multi Currency Cards

Savings Accounts

Credit Cards

MT2020
MT2020
Level 7. Grand Master
Answered 3w ago
All of the local bank provide free interbank transfer.
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