Access Bank customers to join DiamondXtra scheme
The Head, Consumer Liability Products, Diamond Bank, Osita Ede, has said that the DiamondXtra scheme of the bank will be extended to Access Bank Plc’s customers when the banks complete their merger plans.
He said this while speaking on the ongoing DiamondXtra Season 10 promo and upcoming DiamondXtra Season 11 promo of the bank.
Ede said, “Existing DiamondXtra customers have nothing to worry about as the reward scheme is not changing and winners will continue being paid while new winners will continue to emerge. In fact, with the merger with Access bank, DiamondXtra will become bigger and better as the scheme will also be opened to Access Bank customers.”
He described DiamondXtra as a special product designed to encourage average Nigerians to save by rewarding them for saving while offering unlimited access to their funds.
According to him, the DiamondXtra scheme offers customers the opportunity to participate in the DiamondXtra reward scheme where over N400m is won in every season of the campaign.
He said, “With a minimum of N5,000 in their accounts, customers stand a chance of winning Salary4Life, brand new car, education allowance for five years, rent for a year, N1m and other cash prizes in the monthly and quarterly draws.
“Customers that win Salary4Life earn N100,000 every month for the next 20 years. ‘DiamondXtra reward scheme won the most innovative promo award from National lottery Regulatory Commission in 2015.”
Ede said that this was the 10th season of the campaign and over 15,000 customers had been rewarded with over N5bn in the campaign.
To participate in either the monthly or quarterly draws, he said existing customers should increase their account balance with a minimum of N5,000 till the day of the draw; while new customers should open a DiamondXtra account with a minimum of N5,000 and increase their balance with a minimum of N5,000 before the draw date.
So far, he said, 4,946 customers had been rewarded with N408m in Season 10, 130 millionaires had emerged, three cars had been given out and N18m education allowance had been given to three winners among others.