Bolt and Capitec have banded together to offer the bank's Live Better customers cashback when they request a ride through the Bolt App and when they request food through the Bolt Food App.
Bolt travelers and food clients that utilization their Capitec card to pay for rides and food conveyance on either stage get 5% in cashback, to a limit of R100 each month, paid straightforwardly into their Live Better investment account on the tenth day of consistently.
Bolt is the second Live Better cashback accomplice that makes saving workable for Capitec customers, joining the contribution after Dis-Chem and Baby City where they get 2% in cashback.
HOW Can IT WORK
Capitec customers don't have to effectively initiate the Bolt cashback – card exchanges handled through the solid Bolt stage will consequently trigger the installment of the cashback benefit on Live Better day, the tenth day of consistently.
"Near portion of all the installment cards stacked onto Bolt's South African stage are Capitec cards, which implies that countless travelers that utilization the stage will actually want to profit from this cashback offering," says Gareth Taylor, SADC Regional Manager at Bolt.
"We're empowering all customers to pay for their excursions utilizing their cards – in addition to the fact that they get the cashback, however they and the drivers that transport them benefit from the security of credit only installments," he says.
Taylor adds that drivers that acknowledge card installments can develop a superior credit record, which thusly assists them with accessing monetary items and administrations that they would not have the option to utilize, assuming their miniature organizations are basically cash-based.
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