Credit Bank of Moscow announces the market launch of “tap and go” payment rings

By means of this accessory you can pay for your purchases through a payment terminal with contactless technology of payment.

When your purchases exceed 1000 roubles, you will be required to enter your PIN-code. In the event of lost, it will be enough to contact your bank for blocking your ring, herewith you can continue using your bank card.

You can link up your payment ring to your current bank card, as well as apply for a card and a ring all at the same time. Time of ring manufacture is up to 5 working days. You can apply for a ring in the branches specified on the bank website and receive it in any accessible office.

“Payment rings are made of shock-resistant waterproofing ceramics and provided in some design solutions and colours. From May, 17 payment rings will be made available for the general public of bank clients; everyone will be able to get it”, made a comment Aleksey Kosiakov, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Credit Bank of Moscow.

Besides, when applying for a payment ring, client is provided with the banking package “Respected client” per annum at no additional charge.

Detailed information about payment ring options you can find at: https://mkb.ru/personal/cards/payring

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