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Mashreq Bank launched its ‘Cashback Campaign’ for business banking clients, with the aim of rewarding entrepreneurs for growing their deposit balances.
From July 1 until September 30, 2018, Mashreq’s business banking customers can earn up to Dh25,000 in cashback rewards for growing their balance.
For every Dh50,000 growth in deposits, customers will be eligible to receive cash back. The campaign is aligned to Mashreq’s ongoing vision of becoming the trusted partner of SMEs in the UAE, offering them a rewarding, innovative and digital-led banking experience.
“The cashback campaign has a clear goal of incentivising customers for their banking relationship with Mashreq,” said Rohit Garg, Head of Business Banking, Mashreq Bank.
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