A story of seizing the moment

posted February 12, 2020 at 06:35 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
Malaysian bank CIMB encourages Filipinos to seize the moment by sharing a story of love inspired by a true story. 

A story of seizing the moment
Riz, in ‘One Shot at Love,’ seizes the moment to take a shot at love.
One Shot at Love, which currently has over 160,000 views on YouTube, features Riz and Joshua who meet in a typical way in today’s dating circles—online. They connect over good conversation and have the mutual passion to go after one’s dreams. Not until distance and time separate them. 

But when it comes to that one chance for them to meet, Riz takes her one shot and invests in that one moment that starts hers and Joshua’s journey together. 

Just like Riz, Filipinos can seize life’s moments with CIMB Bank’s 4 percent per annum interest rate “with absolutely no conditions.” 

True to its commitment to helping Filipinos achieve financial inclusion and freedom, the all-digital, mobile-first bank offers an interest rate of 4 percent per annum available all year round, with no restrictions, via its UpSave account offering. 

Account-holders will be able to manage and enjoy their own money 24/7 through the CIMB Bank PH mobile app, wherein they will be able to open an account seamlessly in 10 minutes, transact with other banks free-of-charge, withdraw in over 25,000 ATM machines nationwide without penalty charges via their Visa payWave debit card, and not be bothered by maintaining balances. 

A story of seizing the moment
Joshua meets Riz online, but distance and time separate them. 
In addition, CIMB clients can also transact via partner-payment gateways such as 7-Eleven’s CLiQQ and Bayad Center. 

Topics: CIMB , One Shot at Love , YouTube , financial inclusion
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