Sampath eRemittance Cash Wasi returns with an array of gifts

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Sampath eRemittance service has won the confidence of Sri Lankans as the most sophisticated, safe and speediest method to bring in foreign currency earnings to the country from any part of the world. The bank facilitates many services to its loyal customers through this internet-based Instant Money Transfer system. In addition to the special services to its customers, Sampath Bank has recommenced the “Sampath eRemittance Cash Wasi” special promotional campaign, to further encourage and reward customers offering cash prizes worth Rs. 1.5 million and a range of valuable household electronic items. This promotional campaign is a step forward to the concept that was introduced last year. Those who receive foreign currency remittances through the Sampath eRemittance service to Sri Lanka during the period 24 June to 31 August, 2013 will be eligible to win under the special promo. One could double his/her winning chances by remitting / receiving  foreign currency direct to a Sampath account via the Sampath eRemittance facility and there is also the opportunity to get closer to the big prizes each time the eRemittance service is used. The “Sampath eRemittance Cash Wasi” special draw scheduled to be held in September, will be giving away a grand prize of Rs. 1 million along with five winners of Rs. 100,000 each. In addition to that, five 32-inch LED television sets, two double-door refrigerators, three automatic washing machines, ten hi-fi stereo setups and ten home theatre systems will also be awarded. The Sampath eRemittance service is linked to over 60 foreign currency exchange houses spread across the world and Sampath Bank has also deployed 10 dedicated officers to overlook currency remittance and other banking needs of Sri Lankans living in countries such as Kuwait, Oman, Qatar United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Italy where the concentration is high. The Sampath eRemittance service now brings a great sense of relief to Sri Lankans living abroad. Earlier they had to waste lot of time and undergo many hardships to send their hard-earned foreign currency to Sri Lanka. The remitted currency could be now obtained within seconds through Sampath Bank’s recently introduced high-speed internet-based Money Transfer Facility, which is linked to top currency exchange agents such as Ria, Sigue, CMT, Travelex, PLACID (Worldwide), ARY Speed Remit (Middle East), Al Ansari, Mawarid, Al Ahalila, UAE Exchange, U Remit (United Arab Emirates), Al Fardan (Qatar) BEC, Al Mulla Exchange (Kuwait) and NEC (Italy). Once Sampath remittance Service receives money from abroad, it notifies the beneficiary in Sri Lanka within seconds through SMS. This eliminates the need to hang around the bank for hours. Under the eRemittance Service, the beneficiary could withdraw the inward remittances easily through any of the 210 Sampath Bank branches simply producing the National Identity Card during normal banking days and hours. However, it is possible to withdraw money from Sampath Bank’s Dharmapala Mawatha Super Branch (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.), Wellawatta and Kiribathgoda Super branches (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) 365-days a year. If remittance is directly credited to a Sampath Bank account, money could be withdrawn from over 260 Sampath Bank ATMs and also from the ATMs of Bank of Ceylon, Hatton National Bank (HNB), National Development Bank (NDB), HDFC, DFCC, Nations Trust Bank, Pan Asia Bank, Union Bank and National Savings Bank (NSB) which are part of the interbank ATM network, providing Sampath Bank customers access to over 1750 ATMs spread across the country, 24/7. Do you like to win millions and valuable prizes while receiving foreign currency through the safest and speediest inward remittance channelling system? If yes, then hurry up! Educate your loved ones abroad about the ‘Sampath eRemittance Cash Wasi’ promo. You could get more information both about the Sampath eRemittance facility and the ‘Sampath eRemittance Cash Wasi’ promotional campaign by dialling 077 3 933 833.