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    Unionbank, one of the leading digital banks in the Philippines, has announced a new promo for its customers who use InstaPay, the instant fund transfer service powered by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). The promo, dubbed as InstaPanalo, gives customers a chance to win up to Php100,000 every month when they send money via InstaPay using the Unionbank Online app.

    According to Unionbank, the promo aims to encourage more Filipinos to use digital banking and enjoy the convenience and security of InstaPay. InstaPay allows customers to transfer funds to any participating bank or e-money issuer in real-time, 24/7, for free. Customers can also use InstaPay to pay bills, shop online, or send money to their loved ones.

    To join the InstaPanalo promo, customers need to have a Unionbank account and enroll it in the Unionbank Online app. Then, they need to send at least Php500 via InstaPay using the app to any bank account or e-wallet in the Philippines. Every successful transaction will earn one raffle entry. Customers can earn up to 10 raffle entries per day.

    The promo runs from September 1 to November 30, 2023. There will be three monthly draws, with each draw having 10 winners of Php10,000 and one grand winner of Php100,000. The winners will be randomly selected and notified via email and SMS. The prizes will be credited to the winners’ Unionbank accounts within 15 working days after the draw.

    Customers who want to join the InstaPanalo promo can visit the Unionbank website for more details and terms and conditions. They can also download the Unionbank Online app from the Google Play Store or the App Store for free. With Unionbank and InstaPay, customers can enjoy instant transfers and instant rewards.

    By balita.news

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