Al Fardan Exchange Transforms Lucky Winners’ Lives in the Company’s Largest Ever Draw!

Al Fardan Exchange Transforms Lucky Winners’ Lives in the Company’s Largest Ever Draw!

An impressive 10 years’ worth of salary, a Nissan Patrol, gold and more were some of the prizes

Dubai, UAE, May 17, 2023  Al Fardan Exchange L.L.C, the major money transfer and currency exchange firm, licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is proud to announce the winners of its biggest Ramadan Campaign in the history of the company.

The draw, held on 27 April, saw winners walk away with a lavish variety of prizes such as the latest Nissan Patrol, more than half a kilo of gold, and the grandest prize of all—10 years’ worth of salary.

Speaking on the success of the company’s biggest ever Ramadan Campaign, Hasan Fardan Al Fardan, CEO of Al Fardan Exchange said, “This is undoubtedly, the largest draw we’ve ever done. We have always been committed to enhancing the customer experience with us. This Ramadan, we asked them what would truly make them happy, and the overall feedback was their monthly salary. So we listened and took it further with the ultimate prize being 10 years’ worth of salary.”

“We have always been proud to support and serve our diverse community and have regularly carried out initiatives to achieve this. As the oldest exchange house in the country, giving back has always been part of our philanthropy and is deeply embedded in our roots. This Ramadan campaign marks another success in a string of similar initiatives we have carried out in recent years, and we are extremely humbled and proud of the outcome of this campaign aiming to continue our efforts in the nation and beyond.”

The winner of the ultimate prize is Mohammed, an Egyptian sales manager at a pharmaceutical company. Mohammed is a loyal Al Fardan Exchange customer, using the company for over 10 years to send money to his mother in Egypt.

“I was casually sitting at home with my wife when we found out we had won”, said Mohammed, “We were completely speechless for a while, as never in our wildest dreams did we imagine that we would be this lucky!” When asked about his plans for his winnings he said, “I’d like to first buy a house back in Egypt, and then make plans to travel for Umrah. Eventually, I think I’ll be starting my own business here in the UAE.”.

Rachel, the winner of the Nissan Patrol regularly uses Al Fardan Exchange  to send money to her father in the Philippines who recently suffered a mild stroke, as well as other members of her family. When asked about her win, the Filipina who works in HR said,  “I cried when I first found out that I won the Nissan Patrol. I’ve never won anything before, and I can’t wait to go home and celebrate with my brother!”.


About Al Fardan Exchange

Al Fardan Exchange is a member of the Al Fardan Group, which has roots stretching back to 1954. Emerging from a seafaring and pearl trading tradition to a commercial trade, the Al Fardan name is built on a solid bedrock of security and reliability. Leveraging on the Group’s diversified business interests and successful operations in real estate, high-end jewellery and financial services, Al Fardan Exchange holds global reach with trust and credibility as its main ethics.

Established in 1971, Al Fardan Exchange has had the unique opportunity of playing a part in supporting communities who have helped build this nation, by helping them bring life to their own dreams – both here and in their home countries. Today, we are incredibly proud to serve the UAE’s cosmopolitan community through our 80+ strong network, spanning across all Emirates. Reinforced by strong relationships with over 150 global corresponding banks, financial institutions, and other financial service providers, we offer secure transactions that firmly place reliability and trust in the forefront.

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