Robin­sons Bank en­cour­ages clients to switch to EMV

Business World - - BANKING & FINANCE -

Robin­sons Bank (Rbank) has re­cently an­nounced that it will be fin­ish­ing up its mi­gra­tion from reg­u­lar ATM cards to EMV chipen­abled cards by the end of this year. Ac­cord­ing to the bank, all ATM cards will be de­ac­ti­vated by Novem­ber 6, 2017 and thus they en­cour­age their clients to visit their branch of ac­counts to up­grade their cards to the new Robin­sons Bank Visa Debit Card as soon as pos­si­ble to avoid any in­con­ve­nience af­ter the de­ac­ti­va­tion date. The bank also an­nounced that up­grad­ing to the new EMV chip- en­abled card will be free dur­ing this pe­riod.

The Robin­sons Bank Visa Debit Card is one of the bank’s new­est prod­ucts aimed at mak­ing life and banking more con­ve­nient and safe for its cus­tomers. This al­lows Robin­sons Bank clients to shop on­line or through Point- of- Sale (POS) ter­mi­nals se­curely any­where in the world where Visa is ac­cepted. They will also be able to ac­cess their funds 24/7 world­wide and en­joy the very best in the world of en­ter­tain­ment, travel, leisure and more.

Robin­sons Bank is part of the JG Sum­mit Hold­ings, Inc., one of the largest con­glom­er­ates in the Philip­pines own­ing and op­er­at­ing brands such as Cebu Pa­cific, Robin­sons Land, Uni­ver­sal Robina Cor­po­ra­tion, Robin­sons Malls and more. The bank in­creased its as­sets by dou­ble dig­its in the past year grow­ing by 35.9%, be­com­ing one of the fastest grow­ing com­mer­cial banks in the coun­try. Robin­sons Bank cur­rently has a branch net­work of 130 with plans to open in more lo­ca­tions across the coun­try as part of its drive to make life bet­ter for more Filipinos.

For in­quiries and con­cerns, you may reach Robin­sons Bank through its Cus­tomer Care Cen­ter at 637- CARE (2273) or do­mes­tic toll-free 1-800-10637- CARE (2273); or go to its web­site at www.robin­sons­ Like them on Face­book at www.face­book. com/robin­sons­bank/ and fol­low them on Twit­ter @RBankCorp.

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