EIB offers chance to win 12 times salary
Dubai, February 18, 2012
UAE-based Emirates Islamic Bank (EIB) has launched a new campaign which offers customers chance to win up to 12 times their monthly salary over the course of one year upon opening a new salary transfer account with the bank.
A leading Islamic financial institutions in the region, EIB said the new 'Salary Transfer Campaign' will begin on Sunday (February 19) and run till the end of April.
The drive is aimed at encouraging salaried individuals to open current accounts with the bank, said a statement from EIB.
In order to avail the new salary transfer account offer, customers need to be between 21 to 65 years of age, earn a minimum salary of Dh3,000 ($817) per month.
On opening a new salary transfer account during the promotion period, the bank will automatically enter the account holder into a raffle draw, for a grand prize of 12 times the monthly salary or a maximum of Dh180,000, to be paid in 12 monthly installments.
In addition, the bank is also offering 20 lucky winners the chance to walk away with a 25gm gold coin each, it added.
“EIB has a vision to provide the best-in-class retail banking services, so that customers can benefit from customer-focused products and services within a dedicated Islamic banking environment,” remarked CEO Jamal Bin Ghalaita.
“The campaign is in keeping with the values of EIB as a customer-oriented bank, where customer needs are addressed promptly and efficiently to ensure customer satisfaction, while at the same time creating a climate of greater transparency and credibility within the financial services system,” he added.
With a salary transfer account at EIB, customers will be eligible to avail a range of benefits including better profit rates on EIB’s Personal Finance products, free online banking facility on current accounts and free current account, debit card and cheque book.
“EIB has devised this campaign to encourage more and customers to set up salary transfer accounts with us, to benefit from a range of our personal finance options,” remarked Faisal Aqil, general manager (Retail Banking).
“We have deliberately tried to keep the salary threshold at Dh3,000 to enable a larger banking population to take advantage of this offer,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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