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A simple personal low-fee rewards card
With an annual fee of only $3.50/month, no reward points limit, and no reward expiration date, this personal credit card is ideal for students starting to build their credit.
Free additional card
When you request an additional card, you do not pay extra fees. This is a great way to earn rewards faster and to get more value out of your Laurentian Bank Visa Black account.
Up to 90 days of coverage for purchased items.
Increase the original manufacturer’s warranty to a maximum of 1 extra year.
Worldwide customer service
You can contact customer services 24/7 from any location in the world.
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