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Do I have to credit my POSB Everyday card to my Multiplier to fulfil its credit card component?

Who can advise if I have to credit my POSB Everyday card to my Multiplier to fulfil its credit card component or alternatively do I link my credit card to another POSB savings account to get to fulfil the multiplier credit card category?

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    No there is no need to link the POSB Everyday card to any of your existing bank accounts. Basically you pay your monthly credit card bill by transferring the money from any of your bank accounts. At the end of the day, you will still qualify for interest rate. Hope this helps!

    2019.08.01 2:33

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