RCBC partners with JIL for my wallet card

RIZAL Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) now brings the benefits of card security and convenience to all the faithful members of Jesus Is Lord (JIL) Church Movement, resulting in the creation of an exclusive co-Branded JIL-MyWallet Prepaid Stored Value Card.

This latest partnership has gained for RCBC the support of one of the largest religious groups in the country, allowing it to introduce to more than 3 million JIL members the advantages of having the RCBC MyWallet Card.

In addition, the RCBC JIL-MyWallet card also commemorates 30 years of the Movement.

“We at RCBC are truly excited to share the benefits of MyWallet to the market. By partnering with JIL, we are giving more Filipinos access to the world of electronic convenience one can enjoy as a cardholder, even those who do not have ATMs,” said Ismael R. Sandig, RCBC Executive Vice President and Retail Banking Head.

“We also give the JIL faithful a unique and exclusive card that gives them a sense of pride for being members of one of the most influential religious groups in the Philippines,” he continued.

Additionally, JIL members will be able to show their support to I-Care every time they load their RCBC JIL-MyWallet Card.

More secure than carrying cash, the RCBC JIL-MyWallet Card can be an alternative to regular ATM cards since cardholders can draw cash over the counter or ATM, pay bills via RCBC, make balance inquiry, and even purchase items via Bancnet point-of-sale terminals or Bancnet online.

To know more about the RCBC JIL-MyWallet Card or apply for one, call tel. no. 894-9577, email customercontact@rcbc.com or visit any RCBC branch.

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