By Mercy Hill
Fidelity Bank of Nigeria PLC during the week, presented cheques of five hundred thousand Naira and one hundred and fifty thousand Naira each to thirty of their customers in Awka Region. The presentation of cheques took place at the Eke-Awka Round About as well as other regions in the South east, drawing the attention of both old and new customers as they gave away cash awards to the winners of Fidelity Loyalty scheme.
The Fidelity Loyalty scheme which is one of the biggest savings accounts by Fidelity Bank with over Seven Million Naira cash and prizes, consists of Fidelity Personal Savings Scheme FPSS, for adults and Sweeta account for children, offering a quarterly reward scheme with over seven million to be given away every year. This only applies to already existing customers who top up ten thousand Naira and twenty thousand naira for new customers at any Fidelity bank branch nationwide.
Addressing Journalists during the presentation exercise, the Fidelity Regional Branch Head, Awka Mr. Henry Asiegbu, explained that the Fidelity Loyalty Scheme is a customer strategic plan of rewarding their esteemed customers who operate the FPSS and Sweeta Accounts respectively.
Mr. Asiegbu revealed that the ongoing scheme was a means of appreciating Ndi Anambra and south easterners, for their patronage over the years encouraging other indigenes to take the opportunity and open both the FPPS Account for adults and the Sweeta account for children to enable them qualify for the Fidelity Loyalty Scheme which also gives them the opportunity to win other Loyalty prizes like TV sets, refrigerators, Generator sets among others.
Mrs. Philomena Akuoma, master Ikechukwu Ogbonna (a Junior Secondary School student), who were beneficiaries appreciated Fidelity Bank for the rare opportunity, noting that the reward came to them as a surprise.
Other beneficiaries included Joint Account holders, Mr. Oshadi Frank and Okoro Sunday, Nworie Godwin, and Okeke Victory among others who expressed excitement over the reward as they never expected that the scheme was going to be this rewarding. They appreciated the management of the bank who they said had the interest of the people at heart and pleaded for its sustainability.
Mr. Imrah Farah, a Lebanese, who resides in Awka was also a beneficiary of the scheme. Holding his cheque of five hundred thousand Naira, he commended the management for the opportunity and pledged to continue being a Fidelity Loyal customer.