Business Insider has partnered with OA Logistics, one of the world’s largest logistics companies, to provide customers with a free online banking account and debit card.
The OA logistics company announced today that it has launched OA Bank, a new online bank offering up to $20 monthly deposits with no monthly fees.
The service is offered for all major credit card networks in the US and the UK.
Users will be able to choose between one of two accounts: a standard bank account or a OA debit card with a higher limit.
OA says that its banking is managed by a company called ABI.
The bank offers more than 100 products and services, including food, clothing, personal care, household products, travel, and more.
“The OAM is designed to offer a simple and affordable way for businesses to access their credit,” the company said in a blog post today.
“By adding a second credit card, businesses will have more flexibility to offer their customers what they need to stay connected and productive.”
Our customer base is the same as before: small, medium, and large businesses.
“In addition to the free online bank account, users can access a range of services from OA’s mobile app, and use the card in other ways, like online shopping, to buy and sell goods, and receive rewards points.OA also offers a range the ability to take payments directly from their bank account.
Users can make purchases at checkout, with no credit card required, through the OA mobile app.
Oa says that customers can get a 30-day free trial of the service, which costs $1.99 a month.OAM is the world leader in logistics services and services that help businesses move products from point to point.
Its customers include major airlines, retailers, and hotels.
The company said that its business growth is accelerating and its business model is well-suited for the evolving consumer and enterprise needs.”
The service will launch in the UK next month.”
We are confident that the growing use of mobile devices for payment, and the potential for the OAM to be a part of this, will accelerate our business as it continues to expand and diversify.”
The service will launch in the UK next month.