HSBC Bank Oman launches Mandoos 2017 savings scheme

MUSCAT: HSBC Bank Oman SAOG has announced the launch of Mandoos 2017 savings account saving scheme, which will give more customers the chance to win by simply saving. The new Mandoos savings account offers 528 customers the chance of winning cash prizes that will help them realise their dreams. With a minimum eligibility criteria of only RO 100  in a Mandoos savings account, customers can get a chance to win in monthly and quarterly prize draws throughout the year.
Abdul Qader al Sumali (pictured), General-Manager, Retail Banking & Wealth Management,  HSBC Bank Oman, said, “Over the years, our Mandoos account has successfully encouraged more and more customers to adopt prudent saving habits. Through our conversation with our customers we encourage them to start saving earlier, to consider and plan for future events such as retirement and children’s education. We give them professional advice on how to save what they can even when funds are tight.  Our Mandoos complements the wide range of retail banking products and services and offers even more chances for our new and existing customers to win”.
Mandoos is a non-interest bearing savings account that requires customers to maintain a minimum account balance of RO 100 for one month to be eligible for all prize draws including the grand prize.  In addition, every RO 100 deposited into a customers’ Mandoos account will grant one additional entry into each draw.
“This month we have also launched our #OneStepCloser campaign, which recognises and encourages customers to continue striving towards their goals by opening an Advance account which offers a world of opportunities. Benefits include free access to the Plaza lounge at Muscat International Airport and selected lounges worldwide,  special offers on dining, shopping and entertainment and a free HSBC entertainment app with over 8000 ‘buy 1 get 1 free’ offers.  Additionally customers who open an Advance account during the campaign period will get a chance to win RO 250,” added Abdul Qader al Sumali.