Monobank offers to issue the "first in Europe" payment card without a number

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Ukrainian Monobank has announced the release of the Monobank Platinum card, which offers owners a number of different bonuses.

Monobank Platinum Card has the highest rank from MasterCard and Visa – World Elite and Infinite, respectively. The owner of such a card has unlimited access to business lounges at 450 airports under the Lounge Key, Fast Line and MasterCard business lounges. Concierge services and many other benefits are also available. There are two loyalty programs to choose from: classic cashback or accumulate miles for expenses (1000 UAH. = 15 miles). The latter can be spent on tickets of any airline.

Of the other bonuses, I note the free withdrawal of own funds abroad (up to 5000 UAH per month on any card), a reduced percentage for using the credit limit, more favorable rates for cash withdrawals on credit funds. Moreover, Oleg Gorokhovsky (co-founder of the Fintech Band) said that starting in November, users will enjoy additional pleasant surprises related to cashback and miles.

And, of course, the main feature of Monobank Platinum cards is that they can be issued without indicating a number on it. Yes, and in three different colors: black, pink or steel. At the request of the client, the card can be issued with all the information or only with the name of the owner. Naturally, they can be added to Google Pay and Apple Pay wallets.

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The cost of issuing one physical card will be 500 UAH., Its service – 250 UAH. / Month. You can order two physical cards (the second is free), but then the cost of maintenance will increase to 300 UAH / month. Both cards are available to the client in the application, so it makes sense to physically release one of them and leave the second virtual.

Source: Telegram channel Oleg Gorokhovsky

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