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It's never been easier to get up to 3.5% cashback on all your purchases!

Iemas Purchase Debit Card, a card available to everyone with rewards worthy of the best credit cards

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The Iemas Purchase Debit Card is much more than a simple card from partner stores. This little piece of plastic allows you to earn cashback of up to 3.5% in over 12,000 stores across the country for a monthly fee of just R10. However, these are not the only advantages. You can even order additional cards for your family members.

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Four good reasons to have a Iemas Purchase Debit Card with you!

Cashback program up to 3.5%;
Extremely low monthly fee: just R10;
Simplified eligibility criteria;
Allows you to order additional cards for your family members.

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Below is a list of them: Ackermans, Bata Shoe Stores, Boardmans, Builders, Cape Union Mart, Old Khaki, Poetry, Chamberlain Stores, Checkers, Hyper Checkers, Liquor Checkers, Clicks, CNA Stores, Contempo, Dion Wired, Dis-Chem, Edgars, Game, Game Liquor, Hyperama House & Home, Hungry Lion, Jet, Makro, MediRite, OK Furniture, PEP Stores, Pick n Pay, Pick n Pay Clothing, Pick n Pay Liquor, PQ Clothing, Shoe City, Shoprite, Shoprite Liquor, Tekkie Town and Woolworths.

Yes. Some partner brands of Iemas Financial Services have defined specific stores for which this card can be used. Therefore, before making your purchases, it is always good to make sure that you are in a registered unit to offer the Iemas rewards. Below is a list of them: AutoZone, Midas, Gas Stations, PG Glass, Pharmacies, President Hyper, PNA Stationers, SPAR, SPAR Tops, Tiger Wheel & Tire, Tires & More and Volpes.

You will receive your annual rewards in four payments made on specified dates in the month following the end of each quarter. This way, you will receive your rewards in the months of January, April, July and October. Also, to improve your cashback percentage, you can complete simple missions that allow you to accumulate points and go from initial level 1 (cashback between 1% and 2.25%) to level 4 (cashback between 2.5% and 3.5%).

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Iemas Purchase Debit Card: check out how to apply!

Apply to Iemas Purchase Debit Card and understand how simple it is to have cashback of up to 3.5% in more than 12,000 stores.

Indeed, the RCS Store Card is a champion for store variety that generates rewards. In the country, more than 30,000 stores are associated with this card.

Access the post below to learn how simple it is to accumulate rewards on virtually all your purchases!

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RCS Store Card: check out how to apply!

Apply to the RCS Store Card and start building your credit today with discounts and cashback programs at over 30,000 stores!

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