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NDB Ran Naya Pawning customers now eligible for gift vouchers


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NDB’s Ran Naya Pawning service now offers customers gift vouchers for transactions ranging from Rs. 50,000 and above.

Transactions between Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 100,000 will be awarded a gift voucher of Rs. 500, while transactions that exceed Rs. 100,000 will be awarded a gift voucher of Rs. 1,000. 

Offering one of the most competitive interest rates in the market; at a rate of 1.58% per month, customers can obtain an advance loan amount of up to Rs. 43,000 for 24 carat gold sovereign via the NDB Ran Naya Pawning service. 

NDB’s Ran Naya Pawning service offers you, speedy, reliable and confidential service, coupled with a hassle free operation and utmost security for your gold at more than 65 bank branches island-wide. One of the added benefits offered via the NDB Ran Naya service is the ability for a customer to pay in accordance with the cash in their hand, thus allowing redemptions via part payments as well. 

NDB has made considerable strides in the Sri Lankan banking and finance sector, expanding and evolving a range of products and services accessible through its growing branch network. Further details on NDB’s Ran Naya Pawning Service and other products can be obtained from its 24 hour Call Centre, by calling 011 2448888 or by visiting NDB Bank’s website on www.ndbbank.com.


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