Ideally, saving is essential to fulfilling long-term goals, but if you still struggle with saving for the rainy days, UBA Wise Savers promo may just be the right link to click, one designed to enable you to develop a good financial habit while getting rewarded for it.

United Bank of Africa is rewarding 20 customers every quarter with N1,500,000 each, and you only need to save N10,000 for 3 months to qualify for the draw. To join the UBA Wise Savers Promo and stand a chance to win N1.5m; deposit N10,000 consecutively for 3 months or a onetime deposit of N30,000 to be among our next winners.

Due to this, many Nigerians are rushing to open their savings accounts with UBA and join in the race to win N1.5 million. Well, unlike other banks, there are various digital platforms for the ever tech-savvy customers to join in. 

Here are 4 quick ways to connect and create your UBA account, and qualify for the draw, once you save accordingly.

  1. Website – Visit the website https://aop.ubagroup.com– upload your picture and Signature (to upload your signature, sign on any paper, snap and upload the image).
  2. Instant Message – Chat with Leo on WhatsApp +234 903 000 2455 and he’ll set up your account in seconds.
  3. Facebook – Chat with Leo on Facebook messenger and simply ask for assistance with https://m.me/ubachatbanking
  4. Phone USSD code – just dial *919*20# (on any network without data).

That’s not the end; once you’ve opened your account, start saving 10k for 3 months consecutively. Alternatively, you can make a one-time deposit of 30k or more to qualify for the quarterly draw.

 

Promo ends by September 2019. Start saving now to win Big!

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