URSA Bank’s Ural branch comes up with URSA Bank Money Order campaign

20 August 2007 (07:00)

The Ural branch of URSA Bank launched the URSA Bank Money Order campaign, which means that any customer who uses the bank’s system to have at least 20,000 RUR, $700, or ?700 transferred for them between August 13, 2007 and October 31, 2007 can take part in a prize-winning lottery; the drawing is scheduled for November 2, 2007, and the prize is a communicator phone.

‘URSA Bank’s money orders are a quick and dynamic way of having your money reach the person who needs it most. Our customers use the service not only to help their nearest and dearest, pay their tuition fees, or make a loan payment, but they also see these money orders as an indispensable part of their business. We do appreciate these practices our customers have, which is exactly the reason why we decided to have a lottery: a communicator is a device that can help a businessperson become more mobile, have more time to communicate, and come up with clever business solutions,’ URSA Bank’s Deposit and Money Order Management Director Olga Zhuravleva said to UrBC.

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