UK Prepaid Card From Bank4you

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The global market of financial and banking services is getting even more international. The financial services market in the Philippines is not an exception.

A fresh, but ambitious UK-based start-up Bank4You enters the Southeastern Asian prepaid cards market in general, and the Philippines in particular. This Company specializes in development of niche products for different groups of clients.

The Bank4You brings its new product – the B4U VISA Student Card – in the Philippine market. This card is developed for young people who plan to get an education in Europe or in UK.

The considerable assets of the B4U card are:
  1. availability of online order;
  2. no requirements to citizenship of the cardholder;
  3. card is shipped to you from the United Kingdom within 10 days.
Europe and UK are the primary territories to use this card. The charges for use are lower compared to the average amount at the market, and this allows the holder to save about 30-40 EUR per month.

Considering all these facts, B4U Student Card is sure to be a very ripping product for the students and travelers.

CEO of the B4U Card Solution (start-up), Adam Lane remarked: “Youth in the Philippines is notable for their ambitions and sense of purpose, and the Bank4You solutions are developed for exactly such people. ”

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It gives you the opportunity to hold on to your Pesos while gaining luxurious benefits. With that being said, here are 4 ways to enrich your life with less than ₱5,000!

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Work with what you have and find creative and inexpensive ways to promote your products and services. It's a challenging feat, considering the limited resources, but think of the countless non-paid strategies you can leverage your business on.

Here are some creative and low cost ways to get you started.

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Getting a loan approved is easier said than done, considering the process included in it, as well as having solid proof that you’re capable of paying for it.

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