INVESTBANK extends “The salary” campaign now with a year’s salary to one winner a month every month of 2019!

Thursday, January 17, 2019

INVESTBANK, the leading bank in providing innovative banking solutions, has announced the re-launch of the “win your salary campaign”. The salary campaign was first launched in January 2017 where the bank offered the chance to 10 monthly winners to win their transferred salaries. In 2018, INVESTBANK increased the number of potential winners to 20, with new winners selected each month and with no ceiling on the award amount. In 2019, following their slogan; “Revolving Around You” slogan, INVESTBANK rolled out a survey to see what clients want and answered to the majority’s demands offering one winner a year’s salary (12 salaries) each month.

INVESTBANK CEO Muntaser Dawwas said, “INVESTBANK is excited to be re-launching this campaign with a new reward scheme for 2019. The “win your salary account” is our way of thanking our loyal customers and rewarding them with countless value-added benefits for choosing INVESTBANK as a partner in safeguarding and managing their monthly income, to guarantee the best value for their money.”

The salary account at INVESTBANK allows clients to enjoy a comprehensive package of salary-based benefits when transferring their salaries to the Salary+ payroll account, including a 2 percent cashback on all local and international purchases made via their INVSETBANK debit card and access to iCash which gives a 50 percent advance withdrawal after their first salary transfer made via a simple request via INVESTBANK’s electronic banking platforms, Clients will also be exempted from conventional payroll charges, such as salary transfer fees, minimum account deposits and VISA Electron services. Clients will also have the privilege of a preapproved JOD 5,000 personal loan with a repayment period of sixty months. The account also includes an unemployment service where the account holder is entitled to three months’ salary in case of terminationby only paying 0.5% of their salary to enroll.