Bank of Ceylon Introduces ‘BOC Fuel Card’
Bank of Ceylon (BOC) has launched a “BOC Fuel card” partnering with ‘MasterCard international’ to Sri Lankan business community and the general public.
Sri Lanka’s No.1 Banking brand associated with attributes of trust and credibility, extensive branch reach, unmatched network of customer contact points, initiated this move as a part of its digital road map aimed to assist the Government’s plan to empower the nation through digital Inclusivity.
User friendliness and easy to access are the main attributes coined into this top up card. This card is offered to both individual and business clients including Non-BOC customers.
The card owner can decide on the timely fuel requirement for the stipulated period and accordingly “top up” the card account through any BOC CDM/ CRM, over the counter or thorough an online transfer from any bank account. Further, BOC customers have the facility to arrange fund transfers with their respective account by having a standing order to top up the card that can effortlessly be placed via Smart Online Banking. Normal convenience that comes with ‘cards’ associate with top up card as well. The card cannot be used in merchant points except in fuel stations for fuel. This “top up” BOC Fuel card does not facilitate cash withdrawal and the facility comes with a nominal fuel surcharge levy.
Anyone desires to obtain this top-up card only required to fill a simple information capturing form and obtain a card instantly without any waiting or going through a long-waited approval process.
BOC fuel top-up card designed to be a very practical and more beneficial to customers who faced the hassle in managing their fuel expenses. The card is offered to corporate entities, fleet operators and individuals to add convenience in their daily operations. BOC fuel card presents a methodical plan that will solve many unseen fuel expenses that could occur. Covid – 19, Pandemic set up impacted many individuals and companies to manage their fuel consumption prudently to sensibly manage their finances.