Numbers just crunch better with the right tool. Which is why all CPA members in Malaysia can safely trust Alliance Bank to issue a MasterCard that gets the job done. And better still, you won't pay extra anything ever to get your hands on this special co-brand financial tool because its membership has already been taken care off!
0% CPA Instalment Plan
Don't let any financial constraints limit stop you from getting the certifications that you need. Charge your CPA exam fees to your Alliance Bank CPA Australia MasterCard and convert the repayments into 0% instalment plans so you won't have to worry about interest incruing.
Bonus Reward Points
Max out your spending when you swipe your purchases with the CPA Australia MasterCard. At the end of each credit card payment cycle, Alliance Bank will tally your total spending and reward you with Timeless Bonus Points for all purchases you've made by receipt.
You'll earn points on the Ringgit for all your purchases, whether it's dining, cinema ticket, shopping or online billings. Collect these points and redeem them for exciting gifts or swap them for MAS Enrich points and plan for your next holiday getaway.
No Annual Fee
You've already paid your CPA membership dues, that's why Alliance Bank will waive the annual fees on your CPA Australia MasterCard for life. That includes zero GST charges that you won't ever have to think about.
There are no conditions attached. So you won't have to worry about minimum annual spending or swiping each month to be eligible for this waiver.
100% Cash Advance Limit
In case you ever get yourself caught in a little bit of a pickle, your CPA Australia MasterCard let's you take a cash loan that's quick to approve at a special low interest rate. Once your cash loan been approved, Alliance Bank will add the amount to your credit limit - up to 100% of your approved borrowing limit.
Alternatively you can perform a cash withdrawal at any MasterCard-friendly ATM machines and pay the upfront rates. The amount that you withdraw will be added to your credit limit and charged the going interest rates of 15-18% p.a.