Insignia Launches New Rewards Credit Card
It`s time to welcome yet another rewards credit card to the market. Insignia, a lifestyle management company, will soon be offering a new rewards point card to its richest clients.
The new card is the Label Visa Platinum credit card is a unique multi-currency credit card that can be used around the world. The beauty of this card is that consumers can travel the globe and charge trinkets, clothing, whatever they would like and steer clear of exchange rate charges.
In addition to saving cardholders money on rates, the card is also Insignia`s first reward credit card. The rewards are accumulated as points and can be used in exchange for a large array of goods and services (luxury, of course).
Cardholders can then browse through the Million Rewards brochure to find a reward that best suits them. Some of the rewards include private yacht trips, vintage wines, private jet access, and cutting-edge electronics.
“The Label Visa Platinum card won`t just meet our members, it will exceed their expectations. Like our other financial products, this card will facilitate our members` every need, as they enjoy international travel; combining financial efficiency with uncompromising luxury,” said Vice President at Insignia Lifestyle Management, Nada Von Bader, in a press release.
The card can be ordered in two ways: as either a one currency dollar card or a multi-currency card, which is perfect for the international traveler or businessperson. The perks just keep coming for those lucky enough to call themselves cardholders of the Label Visa Platinum. The card also offers a free subscription to Insignia Magazine: The Voice of Luxury. Cardholders are billed every quarter, have online banking, and top of the line health insurance and travel packages, as well as a Vodafone package with free handset and discounted tariff costs.
This platinum card is the newest in a line of credit cards designed to enhance the life of luxury. Other cards with similar benefits include the Royal and Glamour cards.
Insignia itself was founded in 1996. It has offices located in metropolises around the globe, such as Moscow, London, Vienna, New York City and Dubai. They offer their members access into some of the world`s most private and exclusive venues, whether it be hotels, restaurants or other outlets. It claims that “no request is impossible.”
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