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Banks offer ‘double your money’ to residents who register for 10k doleout

08 June 2020

By The SUN
Hang Seng is offering cash incentives of $10k and $9k from Jun 21 to Sept 30

At least two major banks in Hong Kong are offering to give residents who register with them in applying for the $10,000 cash payout from the government.

The offers were posted after the government announced today, Jun 8, that online registration for the cash subsidy given to all permanent residents of Hong Kong aged 18 and above, will start at 7am on Jun 21.
The earliest date entitled residents can receive the payment is on Jul 8.

To claim the handout, applicants can apply through the website, e-banking service, or application forms of any of the 21 participating banks, and the cash will be deposited directly into their sole bank account.

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In a bid to get more people to register their payout claim with them, Hang Seng Bank and Standard Chartered both announced a promotion that offers an extra $10,000 for some lucky applicants.
Hang Seng said it will randomly select a total of 9,005 customers who have registered for the Cash Payout Scheme to receive cash rewards, including five customers who will get an additional $10,000 and 20 customers who will get an additional $9,000.

The promotion will run from Jun 21 to Sept 30.

Standard Chartered will pick 3 lucky winners of $10k each from Jun 21 to Aug 15

Also running a promotion is Standard Chartered, which is offering a double your money deal to three lucky customers per week, during its promotion which will run from Jun 21 to Aug. 15.
The other participating banks are Bank of China, Bank of Communications, Bank of East Asiam, CITIC Bank, Construction Bank, Chiyu Bank, Chong Hing Bank, Citibank, CMB Wing Lung Bank, Dah Sing Bank, DBS Bank, Fubon Bank, HSBC, ICB, Nanyang Bank, OCBC Wing Hang Bank, Public Bank, Shanghai Commercial Bank, and ZA Bank.

Those who don’t have a sole bank account in Hong Kong and all others who prefer to receive the payment with a cheque can register with Hongkong Post and collect it in person at the post office.

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