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How does a self-employed Participate in the UOB JCB Card travel promotion?

I will like to partake of the promotion offered by UOB JCB Card but I don’t exactly know how to proceed. Can someone take some time out to detail the process for my understanding?

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    For self-employed you will need to provide your NRIC (front and back) and Latest billing proof (within the last 6 months) as per your local home address (e.g. telephone or utilities bills, etc.) if it differs from the address in NRIC and Latest Income Tax Notice of Assessment. Then proceed to enter your booking information on the LUGGAGE-FREE TRAVEL site. On the payment screen, enter the JCB Coupon number e.g. 20% off coupon number: 【jcblft202019】 (April 1, 2019 - June 30, 2019), then enter your JCB card information and the discount will be deducted from the amount. Check the information and finalize your booking. You will receive a confirmation email. Bring the confirmation email and JCB card to the designated kiosk on the day you booked. When you complete the delivery application, the system will automatically process the payment

    2019.08.01 7:3

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