Love earning cash back rewards, but hate paying high fees? The RBC Cash Back MasterCard not only offers competitive cash back earnings for a no-fee option, but it also packs a very attractive 1.90% promotional Balance Transfer and Cash Advance Rate for the first 10 months. Cardholders can pick between paying off a lingering balance, or enjoying decent cash back earnings on all purchases. Top Features About the RBC® Cash Back MasterCard‡ Earn 2% on the dollar on grocery purchases - great features for families Earn 1% back on all other purchase types (including gas) Pay no annual fee Promotional 10-month 1.99% Balance Transfer and Cash AdvanceMidwestern MusicCustomer service comes into being out of necessity, but increasingly service has become a way to shine. IT.com provides a platform for creating that shine via all the digital channels of communication between a company and their customers. Companies can now delight their customers because our platform learns what they need. As the platform gains “experience,” the company gains happy customers. IT-Service is a suite of cloud-based services that derives intelligence from customer support operations. Built on a self- learning platform, IT-Service analyzes your help-desk ticketing system and your knowledge base and learns from the actions of support agents as they resolve customers’ problems, and as customers resolve their own problems via self-help. IT-Service then applies that experience to future problems, substantially improving customer support and success. It’s your support, only smarter. Learn+ Products and services may be offered by Royal Bank of Canada or by a separate corporate entity affiliated with Royal Bank of Canada, including but not limited to Royal Mutual Funds Inc., RBC Direct Investing Inc. (Member–Canadian Investor Protection Fund), RBC Global Asset Management Inc., Royal Trust Company or The Royal Trust Corporation of Canada The RBC® Cash Back MasterCard‡ is the easy way to earn cash back credits on almost everything you buy. Use it for groceries, everyday items — big or small, you can even set up pre-authorized payments and earn effortlessly. No Annual Fee and no charge for co-applicants or authorized users. Earn 2% cash back credits† on grocery store purchases. Earn up to 1% cash back credits† on all other purchases and pre-authorized payments* made with your RBC Cash Back MasterCard. Get cash back credits when you need them – contact us to receive the full amount every time your cash back credits balance exceeds $25, or let it accumulate all year for a cash back credit on your January statement, when you need it most! ‘Tap and go’ with the added convenience of MasterCard PayPass‡ — a new contactless way to pay Start Your Application Our safe and secureUse the no annual fee RBC Cash Back MasterCard to earn cash back for groceries, everyday items and pre-authorized payments. Looks like RBC is trying to follow CIBC promo, but this is targeted. (I only have Target RED card with RBC) Received in mail today: - $300 cash promo for opening RBCLooks like RBC is trying to follow CIBC promo, but this is targeted. (I only have Target RED card with RBC) Received in mail today: - $300 cash promo for opening RBC VIP Banking (Monthly fee of $30) or RBC Signature No Limit Banking (Monthly fee of $14.95) by February 2, 2015. - Setup two PAD or one Payroll deposit to the account by March 2, 2015. - $300 cash will be deposited by March 31, 2015. Might be better to setup account closer to February, to minimize the banking fee. 1) You are eligible for the $300 cash offer if you are an existing active RBC client without an existing Personal Banking Account with Royal Bank of Canada at the beginning of the Promotional Period i.e. November 4, 2014. You must open a new eligible banking account either an RBC VIP Banking® (monthly fee of $30) or RBC Signature No Limit Banking® (monthly fee of $14.95) by February 2nd 2015 and set up one of the following by March 2nd 2015: two Pre-Authorized Payments from the account or one Payroll Direct Deposit to the account. The $300 cash will be directly deposited into your new eligible banking account by March 31st, 2015 if all offer conditions are met. This offer may not be combined with any otherTwoFour is a consultancy focused on helping clients in the financial services sector reduce costs, improve and re-engineer systems and process flows in and around the capital+ Products and services may be offered by Royal Bank of Canada or by a separate corporate entity affiliated with Royal Bank of Canada, including but not limited to Royal Mutual Funds Inc., RBC Direct Investing Inc. (Member–Canadian Investor Protection Fund), RBC Global Asset Management Inc., Royal Trust Company or The Royal Trust Corporation of.
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