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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 18/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Ahlibank recently announced the names of the MyHassad daily prize draw winners. Ali Hamed Sulaiman al Sulaimani from Barka branch, Omar Peer Mohd Khudadat al Balushi from Al Khoudh branch, Nasser Mohammed Abdullah al Ajeel from Salalah branch, Fatma Sabayah Mubarak al Majiyazi from Nizwa branch and Salim Aamir Hamed al Nofli from Ibra branch, were the lucky winners of RO1,000 each for the week. 

MyHassad savings account continues to successfully satisfy the existing customers and attract new ones. MyHassad Saving Scheme was introduced in July 2008 as an extension of the bank's tradition of product innovation. Opening MyHassad Saving account is simple and easy. Customers need only to open their MyHassad account with RO100 for their chance to win RO1,000 in the next working day's draw hence their chance to ''open today and win tomorrow'' continues.

Further enhancements in March 2009 allows customers to participate in the RO10,000 monthly draw, by maintaining a minimum RO250 during the month. Effective from June 2010 customers can also transfer their salaries to MyHassad saving account and will be eligible to enter in the daily, monthly draw as per the balance maintained. This highlights the commitment of the bank to its long-term MyHassad account holders.

As one of the leading banks in the sultanate, Ahlibank pledges to provide innovative, efficient and secure products and services to give their valued customers a convenient banking experience. Opening an account with Ahlibank is the first step towards smarter and convenient banking services.

Ahlibank accounts deliver an extensive and comprehensive range of benefits, personal banking services and instant access through Online and SMS Banking. The Bank's EMV (Chip) debit card provides global access to funds both at ATMs and shopping outlets. Credit cards allow greater freedom to shop with ease with lowest minimum payment of 3 per cent and the advanced online banking services offer easy access to accounts making banking with Ahlibank a convenient experience.

 


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