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Will the monthly deductions for Singtel GOMO be considered a credit card transaction or would be considered a debit card kind transaction?

Hi, I’m wondering if for the Singtel GOMO, heard that monthly bills are auto-deducted, will the monthly deductions be considered a credit card transaction or a debit card transaction?

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    It actually depends on how you set up your card from the go, so you should receive an SMS indicating if it is a debit/credit card transaction based on how you assigned it when setting up. You should refer to your documents and agreements.

    2019.08.01 7:9

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