PIB announces the winners of the first draw of the “Win Double Your Payments” campaign to encourage the use of payment cards

Palestine Islamic Bank (PIB) announced the winners of the first draw of the “Win Double Your Payments” campaign for encouraging the use of payment cards. Eight winners were selected and granted prizes each amounting to twice the value of their monthly payments made via various cards. The maximum prize amounted to USD 500.

The campaign is aligned with the Bank’s digital transformation strategy and with efforts of the Palestine Monetary Authority to encourage the use of digital financial services and e-payment solutions and reduce cash payments. The overall aim of these efforts is to foster financial inclusion and promote comprehensive economic development in Palestine.

This campaign is part of a series of discounts and privileges offered by the Bank’s cards locally and abroad. All such offerings aim at encouraging customers to use their cards for purchases, thus letting go of traditional payment methods.

The Bank stated that the campaign will end on February 28, 2023, whereby the next draw will take place by the end of January. PIB confirmed that using cards for purchases and making cash payments is at no additional cost for customers.

More information on the campaign and the names of the winners can be obtained through visiting PIB’s website: www.pib.ps

PIB’s mission and vision focus on providing quality and modern Sharia-compliant banking solutions and investing in technology. PIB also has a digital transformation strategy, which led to the launch of pioneering digital services such as the 24-hour digital call center, Islami Online and Islami Mobile services. Such products and services provide a unique package of easy and safe banking services which enhance the digital experience for individual and corporate customers. The bank was recently awarded the 2022 “Best bank for providing Islamic banking services and products in Palestine” award by The Arab Bankers Association and “The Banking Executive” magazine.