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UAE Exchange Uganda celebrates customer loyalty month
Publish Date: Jun 19, 2014
UAE Exchange Uganda celebrates customer loyalty month
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The leading foreign exchange and money transfer brand pays tribute to its customers by celebrating Customer Loyalty month throughout June, 2014.

Customers have always been the nucleus of every activity in UAE Exchange. Delivering customer service par excellence has been the single most goal of UAE Exchange since inception.

And this reverence has been well received and reciprocated which attributes to the strong customer base of over 6.5 million customers that the brand serves, globally. To express its gratitude, UAE Exchange commemorates its customers, by celebrating the entire month of June, 2014 as Customer Loyalty Month.

During this period, several customer engagement activities are being organized at its branches. There is also a Facebook contest from 10th June to 24th June, 2014, wherein customers can win exciting prizes by following the company’s Facebook page and participating in the contest. For more details log on to their Facebook page.

UAE Exchange is well known for its penchant for quality, which has won the brand many awards and accolades. Today it has the largest branch network in its class with over 700 direct offices across 32 countries.

Its strong correspondent banking relationship with over 150 leading global banks adds to the might. UAE Exchange offers a wide range of financial services under a single roof. The remittance major also has a strong tie up with Xpress Money, MoneyGram and Western Union for Instant Money Transfers.

For more information dial 0414232952 or log on to their website.

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