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Published on: 2018-02-14     242 times read    0  Comments

HBL Launches Attractive Cash Back Offer

February 14: Himalayan Bank Limited (HBL) has announced attractive cash back offer to its customers on using Visa Card while shopping via online portals/POS terminals within Nepal.

The bank has declared that HBL VISA Card holders will get the cash back offer of up to 10 percent when they use their VISA Debit, VISA Credit or VISA Prepaid cards.

Also, the customer will get 5 percent monthly cash back across POS merchant terminals and 10 percent monthly cash back on online shopping when they use their VISA Debit, VISA Credit and Visa Prepaid cards within Nepal. Further, the customer’s account will be credited by equivalent cash at the end of the Nepali month.

HBL, the first bank to introduce ATM machine in the history of Nepal’s banking sector, has more than 95 ATMs and 3000 POS terminals all over Nepal. The bank claimed to be one of the pioneer banks in Nepal to introduce VISA card since 1997 AD. The bank said it has been working with the latest card technology and security for its cardholders.

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