Sending money home can get you a new house worth AED500,000 in UAE

As the holy month of Ramadan starts, there is good news for the Indian expatriates in the United Arab Emirates as they can win a brand new house if they send money back home by remittance through UAE Exchange.

In the latest UAE Exchange promotion, grand prize winner will win a brand new house in Dubai worth AED500,000.
In the latest UAE Exchange promotion, grand prize winner will win a brand new house in Dubai worth AED500,000. Photo courtesy: startlocal.com

A leading remittance brand in the country, UAE Exchange, announced the launch of its summer promotion. The grand prize winner will win a brand new house in Dubai worth AED500,000 while 25 lucky customers will win AED10,000 each.

Talking to a Dubai-based daily, Abdel Kareem Alkayed, UAE Exchange Country Head for the UAE, said, “UAE Exchange is a home-grown brand that believes in empowering people. To celebrate the spirit of Ramadan, we are giving customers the chance to achieve financial security, empower themselves and improve their lives. We want to ensure this benefits the largest number of people, and are creating multiple opportunities to win several prizes, including our grand prize.”

Customers are automatically eligible for the promotion when they transfer money, exchange foreign currency or pay bills at any of the UAE Exchange outlets during the campaign period. After each transaction, customers will be given a coupon to drop into the raffle box.

This competition is open to all. The summer promotion runs till July 7, 2017. The draw will be held on July 24, 2017.

The 45-day campaign will also witness customer engagement both on-ground and online space through interactive sessions, contests and other methods.

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Ashraf Jamal
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Ashraf Jamal brings a rare depth to writing equipped with a degree in journalism, a postgraduate degree in political science, and a degree in law from the Allahabad University. His experience includes editing and publishing the Northern India Patrika and writing for Times of India for almost a decade covering just about any topic under the sun including NRIs and Indian diaspora.

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