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MENAFN - Arab Times - 23/12/2013
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait presents its special services for Prestige account customers, those with salaries at KD 1000 or above, or for deposit holders with not less than KD 25,000.

The bank distinguishes its Prestige account customers by offering them several advantages like a credit card, home-delivered free of charge, free of charge money transfers, 50 percent discount on monthly deductions as well as services to link and cover accounts. ABK offers Prestige account holders free membership to Skywards. They earn Skywards Miles on every KD spent on purchases using ABK credit cards, and receive discounts via the ABK Advantage program.

Stewart Lockie, General Manager of Retail Banking stated, "ABK's Prestige account gives exceptional, unmatched benefits to KD 1,000 and above salary holders. They can receive a prior approval on a loan up to KD 70,000, SMS Banking service, daily cash withdrawal up to KD 2,000 from ATMs, Online banking, in addition to receiving a statement of account, a checkbook and a safe deposit box free of charge." Lockie added, "The safe deposit box service allows customers to save their documents, important jewels and valuables in a safe place, especially while traveling," pointing out that the service provided by ABK stands out in the sense of how easy it is to have peace of mind.

Safe deposit boxes are all the more convenient as they are available in many branches including Ahmadi, Fahaheel, Farwaniya, Hadeya, Main Branch, Jabriya, Jleeb Al Shiyoukh, Salmiya, Sharq, Shuwaikh, Qurain, Zahra, Andalus and Sabah". To make Prestige an even more luxurious experience, ABK offers Prestige cardholders valet parking services at 3 gates at the Marina Mall, PF Changs Restaurant on the Arabian Gulf Road, Slider Station Restaurant opposite Al Seif Palace, Fish Market Restaurant on the Arabian Gulf Street, Marina Hotel, in addition to Starbucks Keifan and Jabriyah. To avail valet parking free of charge all you have to do is show your Prestige card.

 


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