Will I still get my usual loyalty points/rewards when I pay with my K Ring?

Will I still get my usual loyalty points/rewards when I pay with my K Ring?

If your K Ring is linked to our Virtual Prepaid Mastercard® account and you load it using a card with which you collect loyalty points or receive cashback, you may still receive these, as a load will be categorised as a payment to K Wearables Ltd. This is dependant on your particular card issuer and we recommend confirming this with them.

If your K Ring is linked directly to your bank account (currently only available to ABN AMRO, KBC, KBC Brussels, CBC and Nordea bank customers), then you will continue to collect points or rewards as determined by your bank account’s terms and conditions.
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