The two promotions, which have been launched in the beginning of the year, give customers the opportunity to win back their utility bill amount when settling their bills online or win an iPAD when paying their credit card balances
Arab Bank has recently announced the winners of the 9th draw in its ongoing Arabi Online Internet banking service promotions for customers who pay their utility bills and credit card balances online. The two promotions, which have been launched in the beginning of the year, give customers the opportunity to win back their utility bill amount when settling their bills online or win an iPAD when paying their credit card balances.
Arab Bank has announced previously the names of the winners of the monthly draws as part of the promotions campaign and customers are still eligible to win similar prizes until the end of the year.
Mr. Amer Matouk, Head of Consumer Banking in Jordan – Arab Bank, commented: “Arab Bank is committed to providing its customers with the latest online banking technology and the highest standards of service.” Mr. Matouk also added: “Arabi Online is a free and convenient service which can save customers’ time and effort through easily paying their bills and credit card balances and at the same time having the opportunity to win great prizes.”
Arabi Online, which is available in English and Arabic, provides an enhanced level of security, convenient registration where the customer can self-register online and many other value-added features designed to provide maximum flexibility and convenience while conducting banking transactions online. Some of the Arabi Online features allow users to view balances and details of their accounts and credit cards, pay bills, apply for products, transfer funds and order cheque books. In addition, Arabi Online features an eStatement service whereby customers can receive their bank and credit card statements electronically instead of paper statements.
It is also noteworthy that Arab Bank received the Best Consumer Internet Bank award for three consecutive years in 2009, 2010 and 2011 from Global Finance magazine.