When you hear about the 365 card in Norway, it may seem like another clear golden European opportunity with a lead in and no pay out. This is a clear misunderstanding and it is simply a credit card. However, this is the best way Norway’s leaders in this venture knew to create a better and hopefully the best credit card. Intention to be mutually beneficial to all by using local, national and international currency as a method of maximizing return on transaction and minimizing loss.
For the kreddittkort 365 Norsk-kredittkort med bel¸nninger program to work properly, for one to gain from consistently using it for financial transaction, all transactions must be considered in terms of loss and gain. Again, the basic focus is minimizing loss and maximizing gain. To achieve this, incentives, discounts, and rewards are offered through a Danske Bank program. With bonuses offered for transactions and no upper limit, the end principle and ironically the beginning practice is to use the card as much as possible to attain strong standing.
Meanwhile, through saving and rewards, purchasing goods and using services recommended by the credit card company, the gains are automatically put into an account which is secure and separate from the parent 365 credit account. All assets are secured as needed and cannot be touched unless funneled into the credit line.
Indeed, this is more than a credit card and still a credit card. Despite the seeming contradiction, it is a partnership of function to improve commerce exchange and economics for Norway and all citizens. Much like many American cards, there are many incentives on basic purchases of certain goods and services at times. With this card, consider it in terms of business. Discounts on business costs such as travel and car rental can be leveraged and maximized over time. If a better card comes on the Norwegian market, preparations have been made.