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A debit card will allow you to effectuate payments without having cash in your pocket in the majority of department stores, restaurants and gas stations. You have as well the possibility to withdraw cash in the ATM in Switzerland and around the world. This card is similar to the credit card, there is nevertheless a difference. It can draw money directly from your checking account when you make a purchase.

What are the advantages?

In Switzerland and around the world the debit card is very popular. But what are the advantages to possess such a card? Discover it below:

Are you struggling a bit with debts or lack of liquidity?

Even if this type of card allows you to have a better management on your personal finance, it happens that sometimes you can't keep your cash flow higher and you need a hand. If you are low on cash and you are not able to pay the various bills that are coming every month, we can provide you with some help. Have you ever heard of debt consolidation? Apply online and learn more.

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If you have some debts, it is important that you sort this out quickly to avoid any prosecutions. Trust our company and receive a free offer with no obligation by one of our specialists. We guarantee you a quick, fast and confidential service.

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Lending a loan is forbidden if it leads to over-indebtedness of the consumer (Art, 3 of Swiss LCD). Calculation example: a 10,000 Chf loan with an interest rate of 5.90% to 9.90% gives a total cost for 12 months of 313 to 520 Chf