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KTC revs up for the third season of Debt Clearing campaign
with three rounds of lucky draw and 2013 prizes for instant loan members.

Miss Sudaporn Janwatanagool, Executive Vice President of Personal Loans Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, said “We are running the Debt Clearing campaign for the third time this last quarter to help ease the burden of consumers amidst the economic slowdown. It is a way for us to express our gratitude towards KTC personal loans members with good repayment record. There are a total of 2013 prizes this time round with no maximum limit on the amount of debt. Members stand the chance to win on three lucky draws simply by registering once. More than 600,000 "KTC Cash Revolve" accounts are eligible to participate in this campaign from now until January 20, 2014.”

“There are three first prizes of total debt clearance (1 per lucky draw round); nine first runner-up prizes of half debt clearance (3 per lucky draw round); 90 second runner-up prizes of 10% debt clearance (30 per lucky draw round); and, 1,911 prizes of 700 Baht debt clearance (637 per lucky draw round)."

        “Members who wish to try their luck of having debt cleared can register by SMS or on Those who withdraw cash and maintain an every outstanding balance 2,000 Baht (higher than the previous billing cycle) for at least 15 days until the cycle summary date will earn two eligibilities. Members who use 99 Forever Rewards points will earn one eligibility. Those who have previously registered for the first or the second season of this campaign will earn one extra eligibility when they comply with the conditions.”

For more information or details, please contact the Personal Loans Service Center, KTC Phone at 02-665-5000 Ext. 6 and 2 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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