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20-month 0% extended settlement plan with Nations Trust Bank American Express


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In celebration of Nations Trust Bank’s 20th anniversary, Nations Trust Bank American Express is giving Cardmembers an exclusive opportunity to shop anywhere for anything and enjoy an extended settlement plan for 20 months with no handling fees or extra charges.

To avail this offer, Cardmembers simply need to use their Nations Trust Bank American Express Cards for Rs. 20,000 or more (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) on a single transaction and then request via the American Express contact centre for the transaction to be converted into a 20-month instalment plan. Cardmembers may choose to convert up to five transactions under this special offer. This exclusive arrangement is available for a limited time, from 1 July to 31 July. 

Speaking about the 20th anniversary special extended settlement plans, Nations Trust Bank Head of Cards Niluka Gunatilake said, “Our beginnings were humble 20 years ago but our spirit of innovation and passion for customer service excellence has allowed us to carve out a place for ourselves amongst the banking leaders of this industry. Today we have grown to become one of Sri Lanka’s most respected banks. Hence the bank’s 20th anniversary is such a significant milestone for us and the whole bank is conducting various initiatives to reward our customers and these special extended settlement plans are our contribution towards this initiative.”

Discussing the extended settlement plan further, he further added, “These generous 20-month 0% extended settlement plans are intended to provide our Cardmembers with increased financial flexibility and allow them to make purchases to suit their lifestyle on their terms. Also, on behalf of Nations Trust Bank American Express, I take this opportunity to thank our Cardmembers for their loyalty and support because, without them, our success would not of have been possible.”

Nations Trust Bank celebrated its 20th anniversary on 1 July 2019, marking two decades of trust, innovation and challenging the norm to deliver an unparalleled banking experience to customers. Established in July 1999 with the acquisition of the Colombo Branch of the Overseas Trust Bank Limited, Nations Trust Bank entered a banking arena dominated by titans. Through sheer passion and hard work the Bank has now established itself as a major player in Sri Lanka’s banking and finance sector. Today, Nations Trust Bank is Sri Lanka’s most progressive bank and is consistently ranked amongst the best banks and business entities in Sri Lanka and has also received international accolades and recognition. 

To find out more about this and other offers, please visit Nations Trust Bank American Express online at www.americanexpress.lk or telephone the 24-hour Customer Service Hotline on (011) 4 414141. You can also stay up to date on all Nations Trust Bank Card offers via the Nations Mobile Banking app, which is available for both iOS and Android. 

Nations Trust Bank PLC is among the top 30 business establishments in Sri Lanka as ranked by Business Today Magazine, ably providing a host of financial products and services to a wide range of customers. Nations Trust is also the bank behind Sri Lanka’s first fully digital bank, FriMi. The bank operates 94 branches across the country, boasting an ATM network covering 127 locations and 47 Cash Deposit and Withdrawal Machines, plus more than 3,500 ATMs on the Lanka Pay Network and is the issuer and sole acquirer for American Express Cards in Sri Lanka.

 


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