Rakbank names new millionaire
Dubai, July 27, 2010
Rakbank, also known as the National Bank of Ras Al Khaimah, recently named the latest winner of a Dh1 million ($272,000) draw.
A holder of a MasterCard credit card from Rakbank for the past few years, Mahtab Ziai was named the 20th lucky winner of the bank’s semi-annual draw.
“This is the first time I have won a prize and I am extremely delighted with my new-found fortune,” said Ziai, a practicing gynaecologist in Dubai.
She added that she intends to use the prize money to set up her own private practice in the country as soon as she is back from cruise.
“I am very satisfied with Rakbank offerings, and I thank Rakbank for changing my life and making it ‘simply better’,” she said.
Rakbank MasterCard credit cards entitle their holders to entry in a millionaire draw that takes place every six months, with chances of winning increasing with higher use of the card for payment, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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