Commercial Bank of Ceylan: ComBank remittance promo to make 4 millionaires in the first 4 months of 2022

40 additional transfer clients to win cash prizes

The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has announced that it is starting 2022 on a rewarding note with the launch of “Earn a Million” – a remittance promotion that will make four instant millionaires in four months and reward 40 other recipients of funds. ‘remittances with a total of Rs 1 million in cash.

The 5 million rupee purse will be shared by clients of the Bank’s remittances chosen in monthly draws between Jan. 1 and April 30, 2022 as part of this promotion, the bank said. Each month, the Bank will choose a grand winner who will receive Rs 1 million and 10 other lucky winners who will each receive Rs 25,000 in consolation prizes.

Recipients of money via ComBank RemitPlus – the Bank’s remittance service – will automatically be entered into the draw. Each customer who receives payouts directly into a commercial bank account during the promotion period and those who collect payout money at a nearby commercial bank branch will be eligible to participate in the monthly “Win a Million” draws.

In addition to the chance to win these cash prizes, every worker rebate sent through the Bank will be eligible to receive an additional Rs 10 / – on the current exchange rate for each US dollar converted until January 31, 2022, said the Bank.

The Bank said it will post details of the winners on its social media platforms as well as on the Bank’s “RemitPlus” app.

The Bank said the “Earn a Million” campaign will also encourage remittance recipients to contact the Bank and transfer partners directly to promote direct remittances, help reach untapped markets, and retain and retain customers. , attract customers from global partners and popularize its remittances. Card, RemitPlus app and associated value-added services.

Remit Plus is Commercial Bank’s instant money transfer service that enables Sri Lankan expats to make instant money transfers from many countries around the world. A sophisticated, low-cost, real-time online money transfer facility, Remit Plus is accessible to senders through a network of agents. The Bank’s business partners for remittances in over 130 countries provide remittance services whereby the amount will be instantly credited to relevant commercial bank accounts anytime of the day, any day of the year.

In 2019, the Bank launched “ComBank RemitPlus” – a money transfer application to allow those who use the Bank’s money transfer services to easily access information and services related to money transfers. The mobile app which can be downloaded for both iOS and Android operating systems serves as an information app and connects both the sender and the sender for interactions on monitoring the sending of funds. No membership fees or annual fees are charged for using this app. Regular payout recipients are eligible to open a payout account and are eligible to get a payout card, free of charge.

Commercial Bank is one of the most active players in Sri Lanka in the remittance business. One of the Bank’s main strengths is its island network of 268 branches, many of which remain open on public holidays, bank holidays and bank holidays, and its network of 931 ATMs, which is the world’s largest automated distribution system. of cash held by a single private bank. in Sri Lanka. Recipients of remittances sent to the Bank enjoy many benefits such as holiday banking centers and supermarket counters, a dedicated customer support call center for remittances and SMS alerts once the remittance is received and ready. to be paid.

Commercial Bank is Sri Lankan’s first 100% carbon neutral bank, the first Sri Lankan bank to be among the world’s top 1000 banks, and the only Sri Lankan bank to be listed for 11 consecutive years. It is Sri Lanka’s largest SME sector lender and a leader in digital innovation in the country’s banking sector. The Bank’s overseas operations include Bangladesh, where the Bank operates 19 outlets; Myanmar, where he has a microfinance company in Nay Pyi Taw; and the Maldives, where the Bank has a fully-fledged Tier I bank with majority ownership.

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