1. This offer is valid of debit cards Visa Gold and Master Card Gold and Mastercard credit cards owners from Raiffeisen Bank Aval
2. You can execute money transfers for these cards WITHOUT FEE* on separate page. WARNING! The offer does not apply on the standard transfer page and a fee will be paid.
3. Registered users are able to pay utility bills, Internet, TV, land line phone and security services (except for transfers to arbitrary requisites) these cards WITHOUT FEE and subscription1 fee**
4. Special offer valid until 30.04.2018 year
5. Details on site Raiffeisen Bank Aval
* Money transfers without paying a fee for the next card from Raiffeisen Bank Aval:
** Registered users pay by the following cards Raiffeisen Bank Aval utility bill payments no fees:
The above payment cards must be added to the profile in your account. In case of payment by a registered user of at least one communal payment, payment in favor of Internet, TV, telephony and security services by another card - a subscription1 fee will be collected in the usual amount.
We draw your attention that the subscription1 fee is applied according to the payments made in the previous month.
To pay for utility services, Internet, TV, telephony and security services with Visa Gold / Mastercard Gold and credit cards from Raiffeisen Bank Aval without a monthly fee, you need:
1. Add one or more of the above cards to the customer profile;
2. Pay for services only with the above cards (in case of payment by a registered user of at least one communal payment, payment in favor of Internet, TV, telephony and security services by another card - the subscription fee will be charged in the usual amount).
1Subscription fee - means the use of money transfer services within the "Month" tariff plan.
2BIN - Bank Identification Number. Is part of the code numbers located on your bank cards and other banking products that you use. BIN made up of the first six numbers of the card number is always on the front of each plastic card, whether it's with a magnetic strip or with a chip.