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Banca Comerciala Feroviara launches new consumer loan

Banca Comerciala Feroviara launches the PROXI Card, the newest consumer loan on the banking market. PROXI Card is a crediting option attached to the PRIMUS bank account, which allows the accessing of a simple and advantageous credit line.

PROXI Card is a product for physical persons that have PRIMUS bank accounts to which their salaries are wired, irrespective of whether the transfer operation is based on an agreement with the employers or not.

PRIMUS is an innovative banking package created by Banca Comerciala Feroviara S.A., which consists of a RON-denominated bank account, a RON- and EUR-denominated savings account, a Mastercard debit card and Internet Banking. PROXI Card rounds off this package, offering an extra crediting option on advantageous terms, with zero interest margin. PRIMUS offers a bank account with zero costs and by activating the PROXI Card option clients have access to extra money for immediate needs.

Thus, with PROXI Card, PRIMUS clients can access a credit line of 3 net salaries at most, on the general terms of the offer which is available at BCF branches and on www.bancaferoviara.ro. Moreover, in order to obtain the lowest cost clients are advised to use the direct crediting option by using their BCF card when paying traders. The cost of the product is also influenced by the way the crediting option is implemented. Clients can access all information needed through the bank’s communication channels.

Banca Comerciala Feroviara S.A. is a private bank with Romanian capital. The bank was launched in 2009, has 15 branches in 11 important Romanian cities and offers its clients, both physical and juridical persons, a full range of RON- and EUR-denominated financial-banking services.

 

 

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