Commercial Bank has announced the 10th pair of winners of its summer campaign, offering customers the “best deals” for personal, vehicle and mortgage loans.
Rico Rombawa Yim and Venkateswaran Ramasamy entered the weekly prize draw by taking a personal loan from Commercial Bank. They each won travel vouchers worth QR15,000 to spend “however they choose and to any destination they desire”, the bank said in a statement.
There have been two winners every week throughout the campaign, with customers participating in it by taking a personal, vehicle or mortgage loan during the campaign period.
“During Commercial Bank’s summer loan campaign, customers enjoyed personal loans with repayment rates as low as 3.99% reducing interest rate (equivalent to 2.15% flat interest rate), vehicle loans as low as 1.99% flat interest rate (equivalent to 3.69% reducing interest rate) and mortgage loans with repayment rates starting from just 3.99% reducing interest rate (equivalent to 2.15% flat interest rate),” the statement noted.
All these loans came with the added benefits of a payment holiday up to six months for Qataris and up to three months for expatriates, same-day approvals and dedicated banking support 24 hours a day.
Dean Proctor, EGM chief consumer and private banking, said: “Commercial Bank continues to offer exceptional value for its customers. To give our customers even more benefits over the summer months, we offered two customers the chance to win travel vouchers worth QR15,000 every week until the end of this campaign. I would like to pass on my congratulations to the campaign winners.”
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