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Mail Bank began issuing social cards "Primorets"
You can get the Primorets social bank card from December 2 at the Bank Post service points. The card is intended for beneficiaries and allows you to receive bonuses and discounts for purchases in retail chains, stores, pharmacies.
The card combines the functionality of a banking and social card. She can pay for travel in public transport, as well as receive pension and social benefits. The card is issued on the basis of the Mir payment system and is serviced for free. At the same time, the owner receives a whole package of benefits from Post Bank: up to 7% per annum on the account balance; deposit premium + 0,25%, loan rate reduction - 2%, + 1% on the balance in the savings account.
The Primorets card can be instantly received at one of the 63 Post Bank service points in the Primorsky Territory, both in flagship client centers and in post offices. To do this, you need to present a passport, SNILS and a document confirming the preferential status.
According to the bank’s press service, the cardholder can also receive 3% cashback when paying at pharmacies, gas stations and for railway tickets when receiving a pension on the card, as well as a discount on medicines up to 70% on the My Health portal. The Primorets card can be replenished free of charge from the card of any other bank with an amount of more than ten thousand rubles. In addition, cardholders can deposit and withdraw money from the card without commission at ATMs of Pochta Bank, VTB Group and special POS-terminals of the bank at 418 post offices in the region.
“Primorets map is a large-scale and necessary project, a useful initiative of the regional administration, which we gladly supported. A social card is a good help for people who especially need support, and the discounts and benefits provided by it will help make their life better, ”said Anna Orlova, manager of the Vladivostok Regional Center of Post Bank.