Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB) and Mall of Qatar (MoQ) have been awarded the ‘Best Gift Card in Qatar’ 2018 by Visa. The award recognises QIB and MoQ’s efforts in successfully launching the first mall gift card powered by a bank in Qatar, achieving fantastic sales, customer acquisition, and high brand visibility in the market.
The gift card, which was launched for MoQ, has shown tremendous success amongst customers since its introduction. The MoQ gift card is the perfect gifting solution for family and friends who prefer to make their own choices when choosing their gifts at MoQ’s many outlets.
MoQ gift cards can be purchased at customer service desks and provide a convenient payment method, secured by a chip and a four-digit security code. Cardholders can even check their remaining balance at any ATM.
D Anand, QIB’s general manager of the Personal Banking Group, said: “Visa International’s acknowledgement to QIB’s efforts is another testimony of the bank’s success. QIB is committed to offering diverse digital products to their customers and providing them with innovative solutions that meets their day-to-day needs.
“Having a customer-centric approach enables us to always keep our customers best interest in mind, which is the fundamental reason behind our achievements. QIB will continue to find innovative solutions and leverage cutting-edge technology to continue providing top quality service to our customers.”
MoQ acting CEO Malik Qaiser said, “We are delighted to have been awarded this prestigious Visa award together with our partners Qatar Islamic Bank. We pride ourselves on giving customers the ultimate shopping experience here at Mall of Qatar, so to be recognised for this fantastic gifting solution is a real honour and we look forward to continuing success for the Mall of Qatar Gift Card.”
Customers can buy the prepaid gift card in any amount from QR50 to QR5,000. The gift cards can be used at all MoQ stores, restaurants, kiosks, and entertainment centres, including the adjoining Al Rayyan Hotel.
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