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Ecobank Nigeria rewards four customers with Millions

Ecobank Nigeria Limited, the Nigerian subsidiary of the larger holding company – Ecobank Transnational Incorporated (ETI Plc), has rewarded four customers in its Super Rewards Scheme.

The winners was announced by Korede Demola-Adeniyi, Head, Consumer Banking at Ecobank Nigeria. According to her, the objective of the scheme is to reward the bank’s customers’ loyalty. She lauded the level of participation and interest generated by the scheme.

According to Korede, the criteria for selection of the winners was based on the value of customer deposit and transaction value within the stipulated period. The chosen customers the highest deposit and transaction value across selected regions of the country.

The announced winners are Tsoo Alaye, with an Ecobank Microfinance Special Account representing FCT / Northern Region; Badero Modupe Olufunmilayo, with a Personal Flexi Account, representing Lagos Region; Omiwole Damilare Daniel, with an Ecobank Microfinance Special Account, representing Midwest and South West Region; and Hayford Gogo Lawson, with a Personal Savings Account, representing South East and South South.

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Each winner has been rewarded with a grand prize of NGN1million each. The scheme lasted for four months and had seen a total 800 customers winning N25,000 weekly in batches of fifty per week.

According to Korede, the campaign “…segmented the country into four regions including Lagos, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mid-west/South West and South South/South East regions where one millionaire emerged based on highest deposit and transaction value within the campaign duration.

The Ecobank Nigeria Super Rewards Scheme was made simple and easy to ensure both new and existing customers participated and got rewarded.

New customers were expected to open an account with a minimum of N5,000 and maintain the deposit for a 30-day period; same applied to existing customers, who only needed to fund their active account with a minimum of N5,000, or reactivate their dormant account with a minimum of N5,000 while maintaining the deposit for a 30-day period.

Notwithstanding, customers were allowed to withdraw funds from their account during the campaign period.

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