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Review of Instarem amaze Card: Avoid foreign currency fees, receive additional cashback
By Heartland Boy  •  May 3, 2022
There has been 1 card that hasn’t been receiving the online attention that I think it deserves – the amaze card available on the Instarem mobile app. Launched in Aug 2021 by NIUM, this smart card serves as a one-stop payments solution. Amaze card users can (i) enjoy 0.5% cashback that can be stacked on top of their usual bank rewards (be it miles or cashback) for making payments, (ii) send cross-border payments and (iii) avoid expensive foreign currency fees altogether. With so many benefits packed into the card, I was keen to try it out. Well, they often say that the proof is in the pudding- so I took the amaze card with me to the UK recently to find out how good it is as a credit card for overseas spending. AMAZE CARD – HOW IT WORKS What sets the amaze card apart from its competitors (youtrip) and multi-currency wallets...
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By Heartland Boy
Heartland Boy is a young working adult who pretends to be competent in the real estate industry despite graduating with only a Business Management degree. Outside of work, he analyses stocks, reits and property for investment to build passive income. He is also a stickler for all things that represent value-for-money.

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One response to “Review of Instarem amaze Card: Avoid foreign currency fees, receive additional cashback”

  1. Sash says:

    hi, as u had mentioned youtrip……can u also cover something about the card.

    other than no cashback and need top up. Which you think is more secure if I want to use it in overseas? i only know youtrip got a lock function.

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