Yamaha is a Japanese brand that manufactures a range of autos and other vehicles that are of top quality. The demand for their products are quite high and this is why the company has forged a partnership with banking giant HSBC so they can come up with a payment program that would make it easy for people to purchase their machines.
Their MyYamaha Credit card is the sponsor of this program and it allows customers to take care of their Yamaha bills at home. When you get this card, you can easily go online to create an account that you can use to manage your Yamaha spending. Not only can you check your balances but you can also pay bills and check your transaction history so you are never in the dark when it comes to your payments. Signing up for the account is a breeze and is something you should not miss out on.
The Yamaha Corporation is a multinational corporation and conglomerate owned by the Japanese and it is also based in Japan. They offer a great variety of services and products although they do focus in motorcycles, electronics, and musical instruments along with other power sports machines. It was established way back in 1887 by one Torakasu Yamaha and they mostly made reed organs and pianos. It was based in the Shuzoka Prefecture. If you take a look at the company logo, you can still see it honours their beginnings as a musical instrument manufacturer. It wasn’t until after WWII that they started to make motorcycles.
How to enroll Yamaha account
You will need the following to register your account:
- You must have your my Yamaha Credit card
- A computer or any device that is connected to the Internet
- Working email address
Steps to follow:
- Open your browser and go to www.yamaha-motor.com/cardaccount.
- Look for the “Enroll” button and click it.
- Provide your personal information such as DOB, address, and full name etc.
- Create a password and username for future logins.
- Provide security questions.
- When done, click on “Submit” to complete the registration.
- Yamaha Contact Us page: http://www.yamaha.com/contact/
- Yamaha Company page: http://www.yamaha-motor.com/corporate/home.aspx
- Yamaha Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_Corporation
Written By Carl Robinson.