Shop till you drop!
Do you fancy those scarves worn by famous hijabsters on Instagram? You want to curate your own Muslimah fashions and trends Youtube channel? You can do both and more with this Shariah compliant credit card catering to Muslimah.
With up to 30% discounts available at selected merchants (psst Zalora lovers), you cannot afford to miss out on new collections and exclusive deals on modest fashion-wear and dangling accessories!
And that's not all, you can also maximize your lifestyle with weekend spa treatments and regular fitness classes without breaking the bank as Muslimah carholders are entitled up to 40% discounts on those activities too.
Go cash or flexi pay
You can choose to swipe your credit card on the big-ticket item(s) you have purchased and settle the outstanding amount within or before the 20-day penalty-free period.
Or, if you feel the amount is too significant and the window is too short, you can save yourself from the onus of paying profit rates on the outstanding due when you select to repay via flexi payment plan.
All you need to do is spend at least RM1000 in a single receipt, then at the check out terminal, call the bank to request for an installment plan and select your preferable period of payment but not exceeding 24 months. Plus, there is no fee for settling your outstanding debts early. Voila!
Don't stress yourself out, Kad Muslimah here to the rescue!
You can transfer the balances from your previous credit card into this card at low profit rates of 0.25% or 3% per annum for the first 3 months; and from the fourth month until the balance amounts are fully paid, you are subject to profit rates of 1.125% or 13.5% per annum.
FREE family Takaful
As the queen or princess in the family, you deserve to be endowed with lots of love and protection. With this in mind, Bank Rakyat Kad Muslimah want to ensure that you and your family are well protected too, particularly under a complimentary family Takaful plan for FREE. Moreover, you will get RM1000 in compensation for funeral expenses, subject to a maximum age of 65.