Hazza qualified to join the promo after sending Dhs300 from the company’s branch located in Khalifa Street.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Fortune favours the brave, goes the age-old saying. Or in this case, the lucky ones. A UAE national has turned millionaire in a promotion held by a money exchange company.
Hazza Slayem Alderei, a UAE national, won one million dirhams in the draw, which was attended by the representatives from the Dubai Department of Economic Development and Al Ansari Exchange, making him the company’s eighth millionaire.
Hazza qualified to join the promo after sending Dhs300 from the company’s branch located in Khalifa Street. In addition, Mariam Saif Almazrooei was revealed as the winner of the brand-new BMW X2 while Noredah Asiimwe and Wafa Abdelaziz Ismail bagged half a kilo of gold each.
Aside from the one-million-dirham cash prize, the BMW X2 and a kilo of gold, the money exchange centre also gave away iPhone 12 devices during the promo’s weekly draw while five customers were selected to win an exclusive cash prize of Dhs10,000 each during the live draw. The lucky five were Mellany Zabala from the Philippines; Muhammed Erasseri from India; Mohamad Nouri Ouf from Spain; Jesuscoro Maghamil from the Philippines; and Afaq Umair from Pakistan.
Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE-based foreign exchange and worldwide money transfer company, held the draw to mark the end of its 2021 Summer Promotion, the biggest of its kind in the industry.
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