Fidelity Bank’s Get Alert in Millions Savings Promo returns

Fidelity Bank Plc has re-launched its “Get Alert in Millions Savings Promo” meant to reward its customers and promote financial inclusion.

The bank unveiled its reloaded version tagged “Get Alert in Millions Savings Promo Reloaded” to boost its commitment to its customers in the face of the present economic realities.

The promo is expected to end in March 2018 and would reward over 200 winners. The grand prize is N10 million in a pool of N110 million to be won. There will also be consolation prizes.

The bank’s Managing Director/CEO Nnamdi Okonkwo said the promo, the seventh in the series in the last 10 years, has not only raised the customer base of the lender, but has remained a win-win situation for all lenders in the country adding that more unbanked persons will patronise the banks.

Represented by the bank’s Executive Director, Shared Services and Products, Chijioke Ugochukwu, the bank CEO said the promo remains the biggest from the lender, insisting that many millionaires will be created.

“This is the reloaded version, which is to say it is bigger than the first one and it is an opportunity for those who didn’t participate in the previous one to do and also get more customers to embrace the savings culture”, he said.

He said the bank will always support its customers, adding that the first “Get Alert in Millions Savings Promo” was executed when the economy was on recession, yet the lender gave out over N100 million and other consolation prices to the winners.

The bank’s Chief Operations Officer, Gbolahan Joshua said though people sometimes wonder if the promo is achieving anything, but they believe in it as various indices reported an upward swing in the finances of the bank.

He said the bank has been on the path of profitability over the past four years as they are “pleased with the strategy, seeing the results and encouraged to do more as we did promo in recession and also doing another after recession”.

The Divisional Head, Retail Banking, Richard Madiebo, who doubles as the promo head, said the bank is setting the pace in promos and want all Nigerians at home and in the diaspora to key into the reward scheme.

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