Bank Credit Dnipro offers holders of Visa payment cards of any Ukrainian bank to evaluate the benefits of P2P transfers and win valuable prizes by joining a partnership action of the financial institution with the international payment system Visa. To become a participant of the action "Just translate!", You need to transfer money from the amount of 100 UAH from your Visa payment card of any Ukrainian bank to any payment card on the P2P-Bank service page and register a payment card by filling out a short form on the website of the financial institution. You can also make a P2P-transfer in the mobile application of Bank Credit Dnipro and via the FreeBank remote service system. The number of registered payment cards and transfers for participation in the campaign from one participant is not limited.
The action will last from June 1 to September 30, 2018 inclusive and will be held in 4 stages. Each month, according to the results of each stage, three winners will be determined using the service www.random.org. The lucky ones will receive valuable prizes: the Samsung Galaxy A7 (1st place), the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8.0 tablet (2nd place) and the gift certificate for purchases in the Comfy trade network for 3000 UAH (3rd place).
"For our bank, participation in partnerships with international payment systems has become a good tradition," says Alexander Stetsko, Head of Product Development and Retail Business Development at Bank Credit Dnipro. - Such projects popularize non-cash settlements as an operative and safe tool, and also convincingly demonstrate that the rejection of cash is not only convenient, but also financially profitable. As a result, Ukrainians are becoming more and more involved in the culture of non-cash payments: according to the results of the first quarter, their share in transactions with payment cards exceeded 78% in quantitative and 44% in monetary terms. This trend certainly benefits the economy, increasing its transparency and sustainability. "
More details about the terms of the action "Just transfer!" can be found on the link.