IMB GOLD REWARDS MASTERCARD
IMB Gold Rewards MasterCard (Reward Credit Card)Mastercard
        
For a rewards card with a difference apply for the IMB Gold Rewards MasterCard and get a special rate of 2.9% p.a on all Balance Transfers for the first nine months. Benefit from one of their rewards credit cards with (for) the one-for-one rewards programme and cash your points in for a whole variety of luxuries.
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1.Get a special rate of 2.9% p.a on all Balance Transfers for the first nine months.
2. Earn 1 reward point for every $1 spent with your card. 
3. Complimentary Travel Insurance with your Gold card. 
4. Get up to $25,000 with your Gold Card. 
5. You can swap your reward points for shopping vouchers, merchandise, hotel stays, petrol vouchers and much more. 
6.Receive a response within 60 seconds when you submit your Online Application.
Disadvantages:
1. Annual fee of $99. 
2. You must reside in Australia. 
3. You must have a good credit rating. 
4. You must earn a taxable income of $35,000 per year or more. 
5. You should be over 18 years of age.
Services:
Complimentary Purchase Cover insurance# is available for Silver & Gold MasterCard cardholders.

APR: 19.24%
Credit Limit: Up to $25,000
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: No
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $99
Cash Back: Available
Cash Advances: Up to $1,000 a day at ATMs
Balance Transfer: 2.9% p.a (9 months) 19.24%
New Purchase: 19.24%

Rewards: 2.9% p.a on all Balance Transfers for the first nine months. Complimentary Travel Insurance with your Gold card. 1 for 1 $ to Rewards Points.
        

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