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I am 20 years old, does my legal guardian need to provide her income documents in order for me to get the Maybank eVibes Card?

What are the eligibility criteria to apply for eVibes, I hope it is over 18 years as I am 20 years and living with a legal guardian?

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    No. However, for applicants below 21 years old, you will be required to have at least one of your parents or legal guardian to acknowledge on the application of eVibes Card by signing on the Application Form. A copy of the parent’s or legal guardian’s NRIC (front & back) AND legal documentation of guardianship has to be provided. You have to be an existing tertiary student, a Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident, between 18 and 30 years of age.

    2019.08.01 4:25

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