FNB customers have reported problems with their fuel spend transactions on FNB’s eBucks platform, which has caused them to miss out on additional points.
The rising fuel price and other costs are weighing heavily on South Africans consumers, with an increasing number of people turning to rewards programmes to help soften the blow.
FNB has announced that its eBucks Rewards programme for businesses will change from 01 September 2019.
First National Bank is introducing sweeping changes to its eBucks Rewards programme for business from 1 September, it said on Thursday.
FNB has announced that eBucks Rewards members can now book domestic and international flights directly from the FNB app.