Co-operative Bank is Giving Out Amazing Prizes This Festive Season

By Soko Directory Team / Published December 21, 2018 | 5:28 am





What have you planned for Christmas? Are you going to shaggz to join your family and friends this festive season? Do you have presents for them? What if someone gave you an amazing present?

This is the season of love, peace, and joy. It is about shopping, eating, drinking and just losing yourself. So, what if someone gave you a full mbuzi today? What if someone surprised you with a full kuku, a whole jogoo today? Will you refuse a shopping voucher if someone gave it to you today? And what if someone just offered to fuel your car? Looking for bust fare to travel ‘home’? What if someone gave it to you? Amazing. Right?

This festive season, Co-operative Bank of Kenya is giving all the amazing prizes that I have just mentioned; mbuzis, kukus, shopping vouchers, bus fare and fueling of your car. All you have to do is to transact via their channels, and, boom, you will be in.

Use Co-op Visa Cards

There is no Need to withdraw money at an ATM to go shopping, carry the #ElephantInYourWallet to pay for your good and services at No Extra Cost.

By using the Co-op Visa Cards to pay for your goods and services, it saves you time since you don’t have to go to the ATM to withdraw money.

You are not charged any extra cost when you use your Co-op Visa Card to pay for goods and services and what is more, Co-op Visa Card is accepted at any merchant outlet that accepts Visa cards (hotels, supermarkets, hospitals, fuel stations etc.)

Have you ever used Co-op Kwa Jirani Agent? It is time

Transacting at a Co-op Kwa Jirani agent is as good as transacting at a Co-op bank branch. You can deposit money to a Co-op account even when the Co-op branches have closed this Christmas. The money reflects immediately at the account

You can deposit and withdraw money from your Co-op account at a Co-op Kwa jirani this festive season. Pay your bills at a Co-op Kwa Jirani agent, e.g NHIF, KRA, county payments, utility bills

Do you have MCo-op Cash?

Access your Co-op Account through your phone via MCo-op Cash app or ussd *667# this festive season

Through MCo-op Cash, you can apply and pay for a loan, send money to another MCo-op Cash Account, Co-op Bank Account or SACCO Account, withdraw money at a Co-op Agent or Co-op ATM, Transfer money to and from your Co-op Account or SACCO Account and buy airtime for any mobile number.

With MCo-op Cash, you can also pay bills, for example, KPLC, DStv, KRA Tax and Insurance, check your account balance or get a statement, buy, sell or transfer shares, activate SMS alerts for debits and credits.

Co-op ATM Machines

Co-op Bank’s ATMs are spread out across the country offering banking convenience to our customers, SACCOLINK customers and Kenswitch customers.

At Co-op ATM, you can do cash deposits at selected ATMs, account balance inquiries, ask for mini-statements, have your Card PIN changed, paying of utilities (KPLC Postpaid and Water Bills) and MCo-op Cash Withdrawal Services (Cardless Withdrawals)

Co-op Net (Co-op Internet Banking)

With Co-op Net, you can view, download or print account statements for all your Co-op Bank Accounts, start, stop or amend standing orders in real time, transfer cash to another Co-op account in real time, transfer cash to another local bank account in 1 working day and transfer cash to a foreign bank account in foreign currency.

You can also pay utility bills, for example, KPLC, DStv and Nairobi Water, make bulk payments, for example, salaries, dividends, loan disbursements, bonuses and supplier payments order cheque books and stop cheques.




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