Commercial Bank has launched ‘CB Muwaten’ offer, under which its Qatari customers can access a “range of exclusive benefits”.
“We are delighted to introduce this incredible offer, which directly rewards customers who credit their monthly salary to us, with a range of preferential benefits that match their lifestyle,” said Amit Sah, executive general manager and head (Retail Banking). When choosing to credit their monthly salary to their Commercial Bank account, eligible customers can select up to six rewards that over a three year period will increasingly demonstrate what the bank said “our appreciation of their loyalty” and allow them to benefit from tangible and meaningful rewards.
“One reward after the first 12 months and then two can be chosen in year two and three rewards in the third year,” Commercial Bank said.
There are four packages to choose from. The first – the ‘Falcon’ package, rewards customers who like to use their CB account and cards to purchase flight tickets and holiday packages. They can choose a reimbursed holiday purchase.
The ‘Dallah’ package rewards customers when they pay their Ooredoo or Vodafone bill via the Internet or mobile banking. In this package, they are refunded the annual cost of their cellular bill. The ‘Dhow’ package entitles customers to receive an annual premium refund when they pay for their QIC Motor Insurance policy using their CB account or cards.
Under the fourth – ‘Midkhan’ package, customers earn points for cash when using their CB credit card. All packages are subject to criteria, limits, terms and conditions but are genuine and directly linked to customers lifestyles, the bank said yesterday. In addition, customers will enjoy the various advantages of being a Sadara ‘Privileged Banking’ client, with dedicated Relationship Manager and access to the bank’s exclusive credit card range and the associated credit card rewards scheme as well.
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