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NEWS UPDATES Asean Affairs   4 June 2013  

KTC rolls out campaign to alleviate the financial burden of personal loan customer

KTC rolls out campaign to alleviate the financial burden of personal loan customer. Chance offered now to win interest-free loan for up to five years.

Ms. Sudaporn Janwatanagool, Executive Vice President - Personal Loans Business, “KTC” or Krungthai Card Public Company Limited, said “Our personal loans business has achieved a satisfactory performance in the first quarter with 636,000 customer accounts and net receivable of 12,345 Million Baht. In order to reaffirm our position as the leader in this sector, we are aiming to help enhance the financial discipline of our existing customer, as well as to alleviate their burden with our hugely well received ‘Debt Clearing’ campaign.”

“We will intensify this in the second quarter in order to please our customer even more. Our ‘KTC Cash Revolve 5-Year, Interest-Free Loan’ campaign is developed on the basis of information surveyed from the customer. We find that, in the time of high living cost that is today, customer are burdened by more expenses. They prefer to have real supports which are truly aimed at easing their obligation.”

“Under this campaign, KTC Cash Revolve customer stand the chance of winning at maximum 5-year, interest-free loan, total 213 prizes in 3 lucky rounds, from now until September 20th, 2013. SMS registration is required by texting AA, followed by 16-digit account number to 4535588. Alternatively, customer can register online at under the Interest-Free Promotion section. Customer need to maintain every incremental of 2,000 Baht outstanding principal compared to previous billing cycle and carry at least 15 days until the cycle cut date in order to win one eligibility of winning expense easing prizes.”

“First prize: Three prizes of 5-year, interest-free loan (one prize per lucky round) Second prize: Ten prizes of 1-year, interest-free loan (three prizes each in the first two lucky rounds and four prizes in the third lucky round) Third prize: 200 prizes of 3-billing cycle, interest-free loan (66 prizes in the first lucky round and 67 prizes each in the last two lucky rounds).”
“We expect to have raised cash withdrawal amount by approximately 10% by the end of this marketing campaign,” added Sudaporn.

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