Diamond Bank recently announced the launch of the Diamond Visa Signature Debit Card, a unique Naira debit card designed to provide customers exceptional spending power and exclusive privileges. The new debit card gives affluent customers the opportunity to have broader and richer experiences when they relax or travel, home and abroad.

“Our customers told us that they want more travel benefits, greater peace of mind and something a lot more rewarding than they get from an everyday current account”, said Karimot Tukur, Head, Consumer Banking, Diamond Bank Plc.  “With the Diamond Visa Signature Debit card, together with Xclusive Plus, customers get access to over 800 airport lounges around the world, VIP treatment at top hotels and complimentary worldwide travel insurance for trips paid for on the card. The insurance is even valid for foreign visa applications.  Our customers also get great entertainment benefits closer to home – including complimentary event tickets through the year and free cinema tickets” Tukur said. 

The Diamond Visa Signature Debit card is the first of its kind in Nigeria and is only available to XclusivePlus subscribers – a premium offering explicitly designed for affluent clients. Please click HERE to see more benefits and how to register or upgrade to become an XclusivePlus customer.

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