Amex launches new Blue Card in Saudi Arabia
Amex Saudi Arabia announced the launch of its first Saudi Riyal card, Blue from American Express. The Blue Card offers a range of benefits tailored to the Saudi customer including a one percent money back facility to card members.
This means that one percent of the total annual spending on the card is automatically credited to the card member's account at the end of every year. In addition, the card features a flexible payment option enabling customers to pay by installments over time.
In addition to being the first American Express Card in Saudi Riyals, card members can also enjoy some of American Express' services and benefits such as payment by installments, express cash, retail purchase protection, travel accident insurance, online fraud guarantee, 24 hours customer service, worldwide emergency assistance and a wealth of local and international offers available.
Amex Saudi Arabia Limited was established in 1999, as a joint venture company, equally owned by Amex Middle East and the Saudi Investment Bank. It owns and operates the American Express Card and Merchant business in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Investment Bank is a Saudi Arabian Joint stock company established in 1976. Amex Middle East is a Bahrain joint venture company equally owned by Mawarid Holding Company and the American Express Company. — (menareport.com)
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