Emirates Post launches PO Box campaign
Dubai, March 30, 2010
Emirates Post has launched a two-month campaign to highlight the advantages of having one’s own private PO Boxes, instead of using company mail boxes for receiving mails.
The core message of the campaign is that people who receive their mail through a company mail box could face the dangers of their mail being read by other people, and confidential information and bank and credit card information being open to office colleagues, said a statement from Emirates Post.
Individuals can subscribe to new private PO Boxes at any post office in an area of one’s choice, for an annual fee of Dh200 ($54.4), and a one-time subscription fee of Dh50.
'Application forms for a private PO Box can be collected from any post office and submitted along with a passport copy with UAE residence visa copy and two passport size photographs,' it added
Ibrahim Bin Karam, CEO of Emirates Post, said, 'Emirates Post’s private PO Box service assures privacy and confidentiality of mail.'
“The advantages of having a private PO Box are many. The subscribers can be sure that all their mail is safely deposited in their boxes. There is no chance of any missing mail. They can access their mail 24 hours a day,” he observed.
As part of the campaign, subscribers can win exciting prizes like Blackberry phones, laptops and Air Arabia tickets if applications are submitted between March 28 and May 28, 2010.
Under the new campaign, names of all new subscribers will be automatically entered into the monthly electronic draw and winners will be informed over phone, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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