BankDhofar conducts the first "Double Your Salary" scheme draw

20 Lucky winners get the chance to double their salaries every month

  
Dr. Tariq Taha, Chief Retail Banking Officer

Dr. Tariq Taha, Chief Retail Banking Officer

Muscat: BankDhofar had recently conducted the first draw of Double Your Salary Scheme. The draw included all customers who had transferred their salary into their savings account or current account from 1st March 2021, where 20 lucky customers got the chance to double their salaries to up to OMR 2,000.

Commenting on the draw, Dr. Tariq Taha, Chief Retail Banking Officer at BankDhofar said: "We are pleased to conduct the first draw of our "Double Your Salary" scheme. Launched earlier this year, the scheme aimed to provide our salary transfer customers with chances to double their salaries to up to OMR 2,000. I would like to congratulate the winners, and we are looking forward to see more winners within this scheme."

As part of "Double Your Salary" Scheme, BankDhofar will conduct monthly draws where 20 salary-transfer customers will get the chance to double their salaries. For instance, if a customer transfers a salary of OMR 500 and he wins the draw, he will get back an additional OMR 500 from the Bank. Another customer who has transferred salary of OMR 1,000, will win back an additional OMR 1,000 from the Bank and so on. The minimum salary to be transferred must be OMR 250 and maximum prize a customer can win is capped at maximum of OMR 2000. The scheme is open to all customers, Omanis and expatriates who working in government entities or private sector, transferring their salary from March 2021 onwards.

In addition to the “Double Your Salary” Scheme, the bank offers guaranteed prizes for every branch, bigger prizes, and more winners with the Saving Account Scheme 2021. With a total of more than OMR 2,000,000, BankDhofar will conduct Monthly Guaranteed Prizes for all branches, segments draw including, Children prize draws, Youth prize draws and Amaan Retirees Banking Services’ prize draws. Additionally, the Bank will conduct prize draws on special occasions including, Omani Woman's Day Prizes draw, and National Day Prizes draw. As for Al Riadah Priority Banking Services’ customers, the scheme will offer exclusive Al Riadah Prestige Monthly Prizes, Mid-Year Grand Prize and Year-End Grand Prizes.

To learn more, check-out BankDhofar pages on social media; Facebook ( www.facebook.com/BankDhofar ), Twitter (@BankDhofar), Instagram ( www.instagram.com/BankDhofar ), or visit the official website www.BankDhofar.com  or contact the call centre 24/7 on (+968) 24791111 for inquiries.

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