Wednesday, 31 May 2023
OAB holds first draw of Hasaad Savings Scheme 2018

OAB holds initial draw of Hasaad Savings Scheme 2018

“Following the feedback we received from our customers, we have further streamlined the Hasaad Savings Scheme for 2018 to include all our clients from across our 58 branches in our draws on a monthly basis,” stated Fahd Amjad, common manager of Retail Banking at OAB, whilst commenting on the new scheme.

He added, “On behalf of OAB I would like to congratulate each and every of the 84 winners of the extremely initial draw of the Hasaad Savings Scheme 2018.
“I would also like to encourage all our consumers to boost their savings to maximise their possibilities of winning 1 of the hundreds of prizes obtainable prior to the finish of the year.”

Hasaad Savings Scheme in its present edition gives the bank’s customers across all regions and branches a opportunity to win 1 of numerous beneficial prizes on a month-to-month basis.

These prizes come as element of the bank’s month-to-month draws of RO1,000 per winner for the fortunate winners across all branches.

Regional Prize Draws, which will see 1 winner of RO20,000, are performed when each and every two months more than the course of the year.

The Hasaad Savings Scheme will also consist of 12 committed prize draws for Elite account holders, with 1 winner of RO50,000 each and every quarter and 1 winner of RO20,000 for each and every other month in in between.

OAB consumers can very easily open a ‘Hasaad’ account with a minimum balance of RO100, in order to be eligible for most of the prize draws.

Oman Arab Bank is 1 of the initial banks to be established in Oman, with a wealthy and proud history. Today, the bank operates a nationwide network of 65 branches and representative offices and 148 ATMs spread across the sultanate. OAB offers the total variety of monetary goods and solutions for individual banking, corporate and investment customers.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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