Mashreq unveils new prizes for scheme
Dubai, February 18, 2013
Mashreq has announced new prizes to its MashreqMillionaire scheme, giving two customers the chance to win Dh1 million ($0.27 million).
With new prizes for the months of February, March and April, customers will have more than one reason to invest in MashreqMillionaire, a statement from the bank said.
The new prize structure is set to offer for the first time in the UAE, two winners to win Dh1 Million each in one single month, in the month of April. An Emirati national customer and a resident customer will walk away as millionaires, the statement said.
The savings scheme will announce a total number of 43 winners in February and March for 40 prizes of Dh5,000 each and three prizes of Dh100,000 each.
Tooran Asif, head of personal banking, said: “MashreqMillionaire has changed the lives of so many individuals and it has become a dream for everyone to win it. Over the years, we have come across winners from diverse walks of life, whose patience and confidence in the scheme has paid off in multiples.”
“MashreqMillionaire constantly evolves to meet the expectations of customers and ensures that Mashreq is the reason behind the accomplishment of their amazing dreams.”
“The new prize structure offers customers with more chances of becoming winners. This is our way of giving back to them, and appreciating their relationship with the bank.”
The January MashreqMillionair draw was held recently and British National Marie Rose MC Farlane was announced as the lucky winner.
MashreqMillionaire was launched in 1995 and has since then made more millionaires than any other schemes in the UAE. Customers can purchase certificates across all Mashreq branches strategically located in the UAE. Existing Mashreq customers can also buy online through MashreqOnline. – TradeArabia News Service
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