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Get S$100 Cash Credit with Maybank Credit Cards and CreditAble^

Simply apply for a new Maybank Credit Card and CreditAble, and charge to your Credit Card and withdraw from your CreditAble Account a minimum of S$250 for each of the first two consecutive months upon approval^.

Foreigners are eligible for this promotion. Apply for a new Maybank Credit Card and charge a minimum of S$300 for each of the first two consecutive months upon approval to be qualified for this promotion.

Apply now as this promotion is based on first-come-first-served basis and applicable for Approved account by 31 August 2020. This promotion is exclusive to first-time applicants.

 

 

Your newly approved Credit Card account(s) will come with Online Banking and eStatements+. To view your eStatement, please sign-up via Maybank Online Banking (maybank2u.com.sg) and perform a first time login.

+Auto enrolment for eStatement is not applicable for Maybank CreditAble.

Key Benefits


  • Promotion is valid for DUO Platinum Mastercard, Family & Friends, FC Barcelona Visa Signature, Horizon Visa Signature, Manchester United Platinum Visa, Platinum Visa Cardmembers and CreditAble customers only
  • 3-year annual fee waiver on DUO Platinum Mastercard, Family & Friends Card, Horizon Visa Signature Card and Platinum Visa Card
  • 2-year annual fee waiver on FC Barcelona Visa Signature Card, Manchester United Platinum Visa Card and CreditAble

Eligibility


For Maybank Credit Cards Singapore

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Have a minimum annual income of
    • S$30,000 for Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident
    • S$45,000 for Malaysian Citizen in employment for at least 1 year
    • S$60,000 for Foreigner in employment for at least 1 year
  • For Maybank CreditAble:
    • Be a Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident
    • Be between 21 – 65 years of age
    • Have a minimum annual income of S$30,000

 

Required Documents

  • For Fully Salaried
    • A photocopy of your NRIC (front and back) AND
    • Latest 12 months’ CPF contribution history¹ OR
    • Latest computerised payslip OR
    • Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment² AND Latest 12 months’ CPF contribution history OR
    • Latest computerised payslip
  • For Self-Employed / Fully Commissioned
    • A photocopy of your NRIC (front and back) AND
    • Latest 2 years’ Income Tax Notice of Assessment²
  • For Commission/ Variable Income Earner
    • A photocopy of your NRIC (front and back) AND
    • Latest 12 months’ CPF contribution history¹ OR
    • Latest 3 months’ computerised payslip OR
    • Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment² AND Latest 12 months’ CPF contribution history OR
    • Latest 3 months’ computerised payslip
  • Foreigners Required Documents (In addition to income documents indicated above)
    • Valid Passport AND
    • Employment Pass (with at least 6 months’ validity) AND
    • Utilities bill or bank statements with residential address AND
    • Company letter stating proof of employment of at least 1 year¹

Useful Information


Terms and Conditions for Maybank Credit Cards and CreditAble Promotion (PDF)

¹Please visit maybank.sg/card with your SingPass to submit CPF Contribution History Statement. The maximum credit limit is calculated based on the CPF salary ceiling of S$6,000 per month. Please submit your latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment or computerised payslip if your monthly income exceeds S$6,000.

²You can print your Income Tax Notice of Assessment at myTax Portal using your SingPass or IRAS PIN at https://mytax.iras.gov.sg. Please allow 14 business days for processing and application is subject to approval. Please note that incomplete forms or applications not accompanied with required documents will delay processing. The Bank reserves the right to request for more documents. Should the income documents you submit reflect a lower earned income than what was previously declared, the bank reserves the right to adjust the current credit limit to reflect the prevailing earned income.