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Bank Sohar holds Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme draw

Bank Sohar holds Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme draw

Rajeev Arora, DGM and head Retail Banking, Bank Sohar, stated, “The Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2018 embarks on what we are confident will be another successful run as previous editions of the scheme have shown, as it continues to inspire savings and prudent cash management among the bank’s customers. This time around, the scheme has been enhanced to ensure an even higher percentage of winners across all categories, so every customer has a greater chance to win from the list of exciting cash prizes that the scheme includes. The scheme’s monthly draws include General, Women’s, Children, Dedicated Branch Draws (for every branch) and Exclusive Draws, inspiring a much greater participation across demography and segments.”

Continuing to inspire economic prudence amongst the bank’s clients, the reformulated Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2018 has been additional enhanced to assure the most diverse winner categories across the spectrum of Bank Sohar’s client demographic withmore than 1,400 winners across person categories.

It types element of the bank’s renewed client-concentrate initiative beneath the slogan ‘The Year of You’, pointing to ramped up efforts oriented towards client satisfaction, innovation and banking excellence.

Congratulating the winners of the very first month-to-month draw, Arora stated, “On behalf of Bank Sohar, in this year 2018 which is so aptly termed as the Year of You, I would like to extend my warmest congratulations to the winners of the scheme’s first monthly draw. We encourage more customers to avail of the unique advantages of the Al Mumayaz Savings Scheme 2018 by opening a Prize draw Scheme savings account with Bank Sohar and ensuring to maintain and increase their balances in order to increase chances of winning, ultimately being rewarded for their financial prudence.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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