Nagad launches quiz competition "Nagad-e-Goal" in FIFA World Cup
DHAKA, Dec 1, 2022 (BSS) - Nagad, a mobile financial service provider of Bangladesh Postal Department, has launched an exciting quiz competition "Nagad-e-Goal" on the occasion of the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022.
With a cash-in of certain amounts, Nagad customers will get guaranteed gifts alongside a chance to win a smart television.
Anyone willing to participate in this exciting quiz competition will have to go to any of Nagad's 46 service centres located across the country, cash in Taka 500 or Taka 2,022 and get a quiz card. There are instant gift items too - a key ring with the Taka 500 cash-in, and a key ring plus a mug with the Taka 2,022 cash-in.
A contestant will write his/her name, Nagad account number and correct answers on the quiz card, and submit it to the service centres, said a press release.
Starting from November 27, the campaign will continue till December 5. Any Nagad customer can take part in this competition between 9 am and 4 pm every day during this period, subject to the availability of gift items and quiz cards at the service centres concerned.
But, a customer is eligible for playing this quiz only once.
After the end of the competition, three winners having active Nagad accounts will randomly be chosen. The first winner will get a 43 inch Smart TV, the second a 40 inch LED TV and the third a 32 inch LED TV.
The winners' Nagad accounts, transaction details and NIDs will be verified at the time of handing over the mega prizes.
The release said Nagad authorities will never ask for PIN or OTP from their customers during this campaign. Nagad may contact participants with respect to the quiz competition only through its hotline number. Nagad authorities request all customers not to share their secret information with any third parties.
Talking about the "Nagad-e-Goal" campaign, Shehab Uddin Chowdhury, chief sales officer of Nagad, said, "Amid this football fiesta, Nagad wants to give our customers welcome gifts and three mega prizes."