Fullerton Markets has recently unveiled the launch of its prepaid MasterCard, especially for their VIP clients. Created with convenience as its core, the card allows its clients to have an additional method to withdraw their profits with ease.
The new prepaid MasterCard works like a cashcard – ideal for day-to-day use such as making in-store purchases and also withdrawing their money in cash via ATM machines. Eligible clients will be given the option to choose between a virtual card or a physical card based on personal preference.
Mario Singh, CEO of Fullerton Markets, said, “Our aim to be at the forefront of innovation and financial services has led us to the creation of the prepaid card for our VIP clients. This is a new feature in addition to the wide range of withdrawal options that Fullerton Markets is currently offering to our clients, including local bank transfer, cryptocurrency and digital wallet. Aside from being digital-friendly and easy to manage, the prepaid MasterCard is also safer and more convenient to use. Today's announcement reinforces our commitment to continually add massive value to our clients and partners.”
The physical card also supports contactless payment and allows cardholders to tap and pay for their day-to-day activities. The payment solution is part of the award-winning brokerage’s mission to create a seamless trading environment for its global clientele.
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