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Who has knowledge about the UOB Delight Debit card eligibility and fees?

Am trying to compare the UOB Delight Debit Card with another option I have and it boils down to eligibility and most importantly fees. I don’t earn so much and my annual salary is below $30,000.

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    In regards to eligibility, you have to be a Singapore citizen, a permanent resident or a foreigner and fortunate for you, there are no minimum annual income required as it is not applicable however there is an annual fee of about $20 or thereabout. I think that should be fine for you to afford yearly in order to gain the benefits

    2019.08.01 4:42

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