MUSCAT, 18 January 2012 - The excitement of Oman's popular al Mazyona Savings Scheme from BankMuscat continued to spread as the weekly winners of RO 2000 each from all regions of the Sultanate were announced. Said Al Badai, AGM – Branches, picked the lucky winners at the draw held at Zad Restaurant at the Bank's head office.
al Mazyona, reckoned the savings scheme of the nation, offers one of the biggest prize money in the savings scheme history in Oman. Over the years, al Mazyona has made dreams of innumerable customers come true and the prize money is an incredible incentive aimed at offering a life-changing experience. The objective of al Mazyona is to create a lifetime change for winners and allow them to invest their prize money in things that will make a lasting difference and the well-being of their families.
A notable attraction of al Mazyona is that the winning chances get multiplied by the number of years customers are associated with the savings scheme. For example, a customer who has been saving with al Mazyona for one year will get one additional bonus chance while a customer who has been saving for 5 years will multiply their chances by 5 bonus times. Those who have been saving for 20 years will be able to multiply their chance to win the prizes by 20 times. The scheme guarantees a life-changing experience and a never-before opportunity to reap immense benefits. This is the first savings scheme in the Sultanate to reward loyalty for customers depending on the duration of relationship.
BankMuscat recently conducted a country-wide market research on savings schemes to gather feedback from customers on their preferences and needs. The Bank is getting ready to announce an even better savings scheme this year which has been structured after taking into account the findings of the market research reflecting the expectations of different segments of customers and showcasing the leadership position enjoyed by al Mazyona in the market and banking industry.
In order to maintain the tradition of providing complete transparency of the scheme and good governance, the prize draws and general purpose controls surrounding the draw are fully tested and certified by Ernst & Young.