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Commercial Bank launches Affinity Card for Dharmasoka College, Ambalangoda


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Members of the Old Boys’ Association of Dharmasoka College, Ambalangoda, one of the leading schools in the Southern Province, can now own co-branded Mastercard Credit Cards, thanks to the Commercial Bank of Ceylon. 

The Dharmasoka College Affinity Card will be issued in the Mastercard Platinum and Gold tiers, and will provide its users with many benefits while crediting a percentage from every transaction carried out with these cards to the Association. 

The bank said it will waive the joining fee and provide free SMS alerts on transactions, free e-statements and free e- Passbook facility. Cardholders will also enjoy special offers and seasonal discounts, as well as the year-round discounts, COMBANK easy payment plans and flexi plan options that all COMBANK card holders are entitled to. The balance transfer facility and cash on card facility too will be available to these cardholders. 

Additionally, holders of this Commercial Bank Affinity Card would be eligible to benefits under the Combank Max Loyalty Rewards programme, the only loyalty scheme in Sri Lanka that offers loyalty rewards points on both Credit and Debit cards.

Commercial Bank cards are the fastest growing cards in Sri Lanka and enjoy market leadership in Credit and Debit Card cumulative point-of-sale usage. The Bank offers a variety of Credit Cards in the Silver, Gold and Platinum tiers of both Visa and Mastercard as well as Visa Signature, World Mastercard and Visa Infinite cards in the premium segment. The cards are equipped with ‘Tap n Go’ NFC technology and are backed by a strong NFC Point-of-Sale (POS) network.

The only Sri Lankan Bank to be ranked among the world’s top 1000 banks for eight years consecutively, Commercial Bank operates a network of 263 branches and 782 ATMs in Sri Lanka. The Bank has won more than 30 international and local awards in 2016 and 2017 and 20 international awards in the first eight months of 2018.


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