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EB Accion rewards 40 customers

By: Yaw Sarpong

EB Accion Savings and Loans Limited have rewarded 40 customers in the second bi-monthly draw as part its customer loyalty promotion.

The promotion, which was launched four months ago, seeks to encourage savings among Ghanaians and reward loyal customers.

The customers were rewarded with prizes which including table top fridges, Smartphone’s and standing fans. So far, 80 customers have been rewarded since the promotion started.

Among the top 15 winners from the branches were Francis Agbo –Tema Community 22, Samuel Ofori Poku– Ash-town, Kwabena Konadu – Goaso, Kwame Agyaaku – Kaneshie and Afua Nsonyameye – Kenyase.

The others are Mike Tiah – Lapaz, Paul Owusu – Mamobi, Kwadwo Adu – Roman Ridge, Christiana Afortor – McCarthy and Doris Dede Darkie Kodjoe – Nsawam.

The rest are Sarata Ibrahim – Tudu, Rose Alabi – Spintex, Yaw Owusu Ansah – Bawjiase and Linda Bediako – Madina.

Presenting the awards, the Deposit Manager of EB Accion, Mr. Samson Addo said the promotion was one of the ways by which the company rewarded its loyal customers for their dedication over the years.

He said “most of the stress Ghanaians go through originates from financial worries and to reduce this stress, there is the need to seriously inculcate a savings culture in the citizens”.

He indicated that for one to participate in the Customer Loyalty promo, one needs to deposit a minimum of GHc150 a month to qualify for a monthly draw. He urged customers to join the promotion since there is a GHc10,000 final prize to be won in October.

EB-Accion Savings and Loans Company Limited started operations in 2008. It was born out of a partnership between Ecobank Ghana and Accion International as well as Ecobank Transnational Incorporated and International Finance Corporation (IFC).


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