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Hello there! Who can help me point out the eligibility for a Singaporean for the UOB JCB Card as well as the annual fees?

I am trying to make up my mind about going for the UOB JCB Card and maybe hearing from you will help me do that in smart and timely manner.

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    For a Singapore citizen eligibility requires that you are 21 or above with a minimum annual income of $30,000 or a Fixed Deposit collateral of minimum $10,000. You should expect to pay a yearly fee of $64.20 but can enjoy the first year fee. Supplementary cards also get a free first year card and subsequently $32.10 yearly.

    2019.08.01 4:50

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