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KTC launches the second season of ‘KTC Debt-Clearing Campaign’.

Loan members stand the chance of having their debt cleared,

simply by having an outstanding principal of 2,000 Baht.

Miss Sudaporn Janwatanagool, Executive Vice President of Personal Loans Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, said “The first season of ‘KTC Debt Clearing Campaign’ last year was exceptionally well received. We have cleared over 2 Million Baht of debt for a total of 213 lucky winners with more members inquiring about the program all the time.”

         “The campaign will be implemented in phases in this second season. KTC CASH Revolve members will have the chance to win one of the 143 debt-clearing prizes in total three rounds. The criteria have also been relaxed. Members will earn one eligibility simply by having an outstanding principal of 2,000 Baht or more on the cycle closing date. Additionally, members withdrawing money and maintaining an outstanding principal of 3,000 Baht more than the previous cycle will earn three more eligibilities. Sending SMS, text AB followed by their 16-digit account number to 4535588 or register on under the KTC Debt-Clearing Season 2 section. There will be thirteen first prizes where we will clear out your debt totally. If your debt amount is 1 Million Baht, then that is what you will win from us. The thirteen prizes will be distributed over three rounds: four prizes each in the first two rounds and five prizes in the third round. The second prizes clear 10% of your debt. There will be 130 of such prizes: 40 prizes each in the first two rounds and 50 prizes in the third round.”

           “We will gladly remove the debt of our winning members as per the conditions we have defined as a gesture of our gratitude for their trust in our services. This should be a great assistance also to our members who have been punctual with their payment,” said Sudaporn in conclusion.

            For more information, please call KTC Phone at 02-665-5000 or visit

For more information:        

Public and Corporate Affairs Department, Krungthai Card Public Company Limited

Kandtharat    Chermchitphong   Tel.  0-2828-5057

Suchada         Weerasakulrak    Tel.  0-2828-5732   

Fax. 0-2828-5046    e-mail:

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