SCB, MasterCard, and Visa introduce Garmin Pay contactless payment on Garmin Smartwatch, with hot promotions for the health-conscious generation

Stocks and Financial Services Press Releases Monday December 3, 2018 15:08
Bangkok--3 Dec--Siam Commercial Bank

As a leader in digital lifestyle banking, Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) is focused on innovation, technology, and service development to develop new and better customer experiences. To further that aim, SCB has introduced the Garmin Pay contactless payment solution in collaboration with CDG Group member GIS Co., Ltd., sole distributor of Garmin products in Thailand, and global leaders in payment systems MasterCard and Visa. With a virtual SCB MasterCard or Visa credit card added to a Garmin smartwatch, forgetting your wallet or Smartphone is no longer a problem. Catering to the lifestyles of a health-conscious generation, this new contactless payment solution is both convenient and secure, and welcomed at shops accepting Visa PayWave and MasterCard PayPass contactless payments. SCB is confident that this collaboration will be a key mechanism helping the bank achieve its goal of becoming Thailand's most admired bank, offering better financial experiences that best cover customer needs.

Celebrating the Garmin Pay launch, SCB is offering the following hot promotions for SCB credit cardholders from now until February 28, 2019:
  • For SCB MasterCard credit cards: Make 5 payments with a minimum amount of 200 baht/sales slip with Garmin Pay in one month to get a 200 baht cashback or credit back up to 20%.
  • For SCB Visa credit cards: Make a payment with a minimum amount of 500 baht/sales slip with Garmin Pay to get SCB Rewards Points x5.
For more information, call the SCB Call Center at 02-777-7777.
How to pay with a virtual SCB credit card on Garmin Pay:
1. Add an SCB credit card to your Garmin smartwatch with the Garmin Pay feature, and create the Garmin Pay Wallet.
2. Enter your credit card information on the Garmin Connect application and set a password.
3. Make a contactless payment with Garmin Pay at shops accepting Visa PayWave and MasterCard PayPass contactless payments.
4. Payment is complete.

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