- Mint (credit cards)
Mint Credit Cards is an online financial services brand and part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Groups Retail - Direct Channels Division. The Mint credit card was introduced as a replacement for the RBS Advanta card.
The Mint MC2 Card
In 2003 Mint introduced the Mint credit card, which by 2004 had taken a 3% share of the UK credit card market. The card was offered as two versions, a standard credit card and the MC2 card which has the bottom right-hand corner removed.
Additionally, under the banner of MINT +, Mint offers travel services and a wine club.
MINT Gift Card
In September 2006 MINT launched a pre-paid debit card. Costing an initial fee the card can be prepaid for any amount between £10 to £250. Used in a similar way as the gift vouchers offered by a number of retailers, it is not, however, tied to any one store.
No New Applications
Mint has now stopped taking new application of any kind for credit cards loans and insurance.
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Royal Bank of Scotland Group Banking: Insurance and Motoring: Corporate and Payment Services:RBS Aviation Capital · RBS Securities · RBS WorldPay Annual Group Revenue: £25.8 billion GBP ( £24.1 billion FY 2008) · Employees: 199,500 · Stock Symbol: LSE: RBS · Website: www.rbs.com
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