Bahrain’s Carrefour & HSBC join forces to offer payment instalment plan

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Carrefour, owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim in the Kingdom of Bahrain, has partnered with HSBC Bahrain to provide customers a 3 to 12-month HSBC Flexi Instalment Plan on any purchases.

According to the company statement, by signing up for the plan, customers with an HSBC credit card who sign up for the plan can pay off their purchases in monthly instalments over a set period of time at zero percent interest.

Jerome Akel
Jerome Akel
Country Manager
MAF Carrefour Hypermarkets

“Now, Carrefour customers who hold an HSBC credit card can enjoy even greater flexibility and convenience when they shop with us. True to our promise of delivering exceptional value for all, our partnership with HSBC gives customers access to a wider range of products because their funds can now go further with the freedom to activate their Flexi Instalment Plan when they need it the most. We encourage them to visit our stores and avoid missing out.”

Ms. Shakofa Asghar, Head of Wealth and Personal Banking at HSBC Bahrain said, “Our Flexi Instalment Plan product, available to credit card customers, is just another way to make essential shopping easier with convenient repayment terms.”

“Customers can also benefit from up to 2 percent cash back on eligible spends if they make the purchase with our recently launched HSBC Cashback Credit Card. We are listening to the requests and needs of our customers and continue to support them with excellent personal financial management through the different digital channels and branch networks in Bahrain,” added Ms. Asghar.

A minimum spends of $256 (100 BD) and above is required for the Flexi Instalment Plan to be activated on any items from Carrefour. The Flexi Instalment Plan with HSBC is now available at Carrefour stores in City Centre Bahrain, Bahrain Mall, Seef Mall Arad, Enma Mall Riffa, Manama, Exhibition Road, and Muharraq.

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