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* ComBank presents grand prizes to e-statement promo winners
Sat, Sep 19, 2020, 11:34 am SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Sept 19, Colombo: Two lucky Commercial Bank Credit Card holders have won cash to the equivalent of a holiday in Singapore by opting for electronic statements instead of the printed monthly statements.

Messrs Y. W. George Amila Yatanwala and H. B. Ararchchige Darshana Maduranga were drawn from a large number of Commercial Bank cardholders who responded to a promotion by the Bank to encourage conversion to e-statements for convenience and to support the Bank’s efforts to minimize paper use.

The grand prizes of two tour packages to Singapore inclusive of return air tickets, hotel accommodation with bed and breakfast and airport transfers were converted to cash with the consent of the winners in view of the travel restrictions in place due to the pandemic.

Additionally, Commercial Bank presented 2,000 Max Loyalty Rewards points each to the first 1,000 Credit Card holders that converted to e-statements during the campaign period. The Max Loyalty Rewards Points allocated as rewards can be redeemed by cardholders at the rate of one Rupee per point, making a total of Rs 2 million in prize value.

Pictured here are the two grand prize winners with representatives of the management of Commercial Bank (from left) Deputy General Manager – Marketing Hasrath Munasinghe, Chief Operating Officer Sanath Manatunge, the winners Y. W. George Amila Yatanwala and H. B. Ararchchige Darshana Maduranga and the Head of the Bank’s Card Centre Thusitha Suraweera.


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