NNA - AXA M.E. held, in collaboration with VISA, a press conference in Phoenicia Beirut during which it announced the launch of the first insurance credit card in the Levant to facilitate transactions with the clients.
In attendance was Mr.
According to its policy of maintaining close relations with their clients; AXA M.E. launched the AXA ME, in collaboration with VISA - a leading international company in the field of financial services - the first insurance credit card in the Levant in line with the values and principles of AXA: "professionalism, innovation, integrity, keeping promises, honoring commitments and team spirit. AXA, the international company with more than
He stated that he hoped that this cooperation will allow AXA ME to maintain more personalized relations with its customers, hoping that this card will deliver more easy services and security.
At the end, Nasnas thanked CSC and VISA, for their collaboration as well as the media, agent and brokers to the success of this achievement.
- Worldwide Acceptance
- Cash back 1% + 1%* - The extra 1% is eligible upon insurance premium settlement
- Lifetime Free AXA M.E. Visa Platinum Card
- CMO mobile payment
On the other hand, Ramzi Sabboury expressed his satisfaction to access the insurance sector with the first credit card in partnership with AXA ME, a pioneer in this area, VISA concern to remain competitive in its field of activity, meeting the expectations of clients through developing products and coming up with new ideas, and confident that this new card will be received well by the clients.
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