Lisa Marie Mercado (C) receives Dhs1 million cash prize from the bank officials.
Filipina national Lisa Marie Mercado won grand cash prize of Dhs1 million with “Kunooz Savings Account” for the month of August 2019.
Emirates Islamic, one of the leading Islamic financial institutions in the UAE, awarded the lucky winner of its monthly “Kunooz Savings Account” draw for August 2019.
Lisa Marie Mercado won the Dhs1 million cash prize and was presented with a cheque at Emirates Islamic’s flagship branch in Abu Dhabi.
Commenting on her win, Lisa said: “I started banking with Emirates Islamic around five years back and started saving with Kunooz about two years ago with the hope that my dreams will come true one day. I can’t thank Emirates Islamic enough for giving me this wonderful opportunity to achieve all my goals.”
Wasim Saifi, Deputy CEO — Consumer Banking and Wealth Management at Emirates Islamic said: “On behalf of Emirates Islamic, I warmly congratulate Ms Lisa Marie Mercado on winning the Dhs1 million grand cash prize and we hope this prize will help make all her dreams a reality. As a financially responsible organisation, Emirates Islamic always encourages customers to develop good saving habits, by offering a series of rewards and incentives. The “Kunooz Savings Account” has been one of our most popular products that continues to create interest among customers, and we aim to continue underscoring the benefits of steadily increasing their savings for a better future.”
Emirates Islamic’s Kunooz Savings Account is the bank’s flagship account that offers customers a chance to win grand prizes of Dhs1 million or a Tesla car for every Dhs5,000 maintained monthly in their account.
Additionally, customers have a chance to win one of five cash prizes worth Dhs3,000 every day for every Dhs1,000 maintained daily in their account.
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