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The Grand Monthly Prize is BD 10,000 for the month of October


The Grand Monthly Prize is BD 10,000

Al Baraka Islamic Bank announces the winners of the Albarakat Account Prizes for October


Al Baraka Islamic Bank BSC (c) announced the winners of the alBarakat Account prizes for October, the first month in the fifth year since the launch of the account, which includes major cash prizes as well as an increase in the number of winners. Mr. Hussain Al Awami has won the BD10,000 monthly cash prize and Ms. Jameela Al Mansouri has received a monthly salary prize of BD 555 for one year.

The winners were 82 winners and received prizes ranging between BD500 and BD300 in the draw held at Seef Mall Muharraq branch under the supervision of officials from Al Baraka Islamic Bank, the Bank's external and internal auditors as well as the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism.

Mr. Mohammed Isa Al Mutaweh, CEO and Board Member of Al Baraka Islamic Bank, said: "We are very pleased to deliver on our promises to customers of alBarakat Account at the beginning of the fifth year since the launch of account. In addition to increasing the number of winners, we increased the cash value of the grand prizes and there will be three quarterly grand prizes as a reward from the Bank to its valued customers who have shown great affinity and loyalty to the account over the past years. "

The Bank plans to offer higher cash prizes during the fifth year of the alBarakat account, and the winner of the grand cash prize of BD 300,000 will be announced in September 2019. In addition, quarterly prizes worth BD 100,000 each were allocated. As for the monthly prizes, the number of winners has increased to 82 winners. The monthly cash prize is BD 10,000 and a monthly salary of BD 555  for one year, along with 20 winners of BD 500 and 60 prizes worth BD 300.

  Last Updated:11/10/2018
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