In continuation of its constant efforts to cater to the various needs of its customers, Doha Bank has announced its e-commerce MasterCard (MC) debit cards’ campaign.
The step comes in synch with the Qatari government directives to curb the spread of the the novel coronavirus disease (Covid-19), advising people to perform financial transactions using cashless and contactless payment methods.
“Doha Bank once again reasserts its commitment to serve its clients during different circumstances and under all conditions. As our country and the world are now experiencing an extraordinary situation, combating the spread of Covid-19, a plenty of precautionary measures have been put in place by the Qatari government, including instructing people to use cashless and contactless modes of
payment instead of banknotes.
“Therefore, Doha Bank, in support of such directive, has recently launched the E-Commerce MasterCard Debit cards’ promotion, which encourages its customers to secure their transactions electronically to get the chance of earning 5%
cashback on their spends.”
“With such an offer, our customers can use their MasterCard Debit cards online and get rewarded QR300 maximum per month in total while staying safely at their homes. Our clients can now pay with ease via the internet for multiple purposes, such as shopping for goods, bill payment, food delivery and online subscription.”
In order to qualify for the 5% cashback reward on their online spending, Doha Bank clients have to execute at least seven online transactions, a month with their MasterCard Debit cards.
The promotion comes as part of facilitating the use of e-commerce and online marketplaces for Doha Bank customers following the closure of shopping malls, a preventive action implemented by the Qatari government to contain the spread of the infection.
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