A financial services company, Rosabon Financial Services, has announced another promotion for its vehicle lease customers.
Tagged: “Rosabon Lease-it-to-Win-It”, the promo is targeted at all old and new consumer lease customers in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja who have their lease transactions approved within the campaign period.
The reward scheme, which kicked off since November 1st and will run through December 31st 2016, will be open to customers who apply for and are granted Consumer Leases of N1 Million and above, in order to stand a chance to win Apple’s brand new iPhone 6S.
To stand a chance to win, interested customers would need to pick out desired vehicle(s) from Jumia Cars, who is Rosabon’s partner or any other car dealer of choice. Once a choice is made, the customer can proceed to apply for a consumer lease and provide all necessary documents including; two passport photographs, valid identification such as drivers’ licence, voter’s card or international passport and current utility bill.
Upon lease approval, the customer automatically qualifies to enter into the draw which would be held at the end of each month. Customers with higher lease value, also stand higher chances of winning.
Speaking on the reward scheme, Marketing Communications Manager, Rosabon Financial Services, Kehinde Ruth Onasoga, said: “Rosabon’s affordable lease was created to meet the vehicular needs of all our clients be it for personal or business use. It provides you an opportunity to get any vehicle (Used or Brand New) at the lowest interest rates available in the market with an easy repayment plan of 31 – 48 Months.
“And especially for customer who need vehicles for business use, we understand the difficult terrain that they have to operate in, including logistics and infrastructural challenges that they have to grapple with on daily basis in the course of running their business operations. This is more so as we enter this festive season where demands for services quadruples and business owners have to look for several means to meet logistics demands.”