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June 16, 2021

ING Bank Romania launches ING Card Complet

ING Bank is launching the new ING Card Complet, a current account with attached debit card, a service constructed with the involvement of active bank clients. Based on research studies on the clients’ needs and preferences, ING Bank is launching the product that features zero fees for clients that cash their recurrent income through ING Bank.

This product eliminates taxes and fees for clients that cash recurrent income of at least RON 700 through ING Bank, thus being one of the most competitive products on the market.

Through ING Card Complet clients benefit from a bank account, debit card, internet and mobile banking without setup or administration taxes and without fees for RON withdrawals or deposits through the bank’s ATMs.

Likewise, clients can transfer cash to any other RON-denominated account, irrespective of bank, with no extra tax. Zero fees are also applied to RON-denominated transfers from any other bank. Basically RON-denominated transfers to and from any bank are free, through internet banking or ING Self’Bank.

Moreover, through ING Card Complet bank clients can also benefit from ING Bazar, a new service that offers special discounts from partner traders – supermarkets, gas stations, pharmacies and stores preferred by Romanian clients. Moreover, all loyalty cards can be registered within ING Bazar.

“At ING Bank all our efforts are built around the client. We listen to the clients, get them involved, encourage them to share their needs and preferences in order to thus be able to build products that would serve their real needs. ING Card Complet is a product built in this manner and represents for us a benchmark both in what concerns its competitiveness on the market as well as the way we managed to offer precisely those characteristics demanded by the clients. For us, ING Card Complet is a revolutionary product and marks a new stage in ING Bank’s growth on the local market, the stage in which we give more power to the client,” ING Retail Banking Director Daniel Llano Manibardo stated.


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