International Business & Economy RHB partners Warner Bros for Justice League debit cards

RHB partners Warner Bros for Justice League debit cards

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RHB Bank Berhad (RHB) launched the limited edition JUSTICE LEAGUE Debit Cards in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, on behalf of DC Entertainment, and Visa.

The launch coincides with the release of the much awaited JUSTICE LEAGUE movie. There will be limited edition card designs featuring the popular JUSTICE LEAGUE characters. JUSTICE LEAGUE is the highly anticipated film that brings together DC Comics Super Heroes including Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg.

“As Malaysia moves closer towards becoming a cashless society, RHB hopes that the unique designs will appeal to superhero fans, both young and old, and inspire them to actively use debit cards as a convenient and secure mode of payment.

“With features such as the contactless payment (Visa PayWave) and MyDebit, Malaysians will be able to enjoy the benefits of electronic payments including the ability to make purchases online and overseas,” said Nazri Othman, Acting Head, Group Retail Banking, RHB Banking Group.

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