Verve, one of Africa’s leading payment cards and digital tokens brands has rewarded over 64,000 Verve cardholders with more than N50 million during the Verve Good Life Promo 2.0. The reward was given to the 15 lucky winners at the grand prize presentation ceremony, where they were presented with power generating sets or television sets.

Those who won power generating sets and television sets are Shakiru Sesan Riliwon and Udeme Akpabio among others. In addition to the above-mentioned gifts, the top 100 transacting cardholders during the promo were rewarded each with N10,000.

The lucky winners emerged from across the six geo-political zones in the country. During the Verve Good Life Promo, cardholders were rewarded with a 10% cashback reward for an 8-week period, which commenced on February 1, 2022, and came to an end on March 31, 2022.

The Verve Good Life Promo is being organized in collaboration with First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Union Bank, United Bank for Africa (UBA), and Zenith Bank.

Speaking at the prize presentation ceremony, Cherry Eromosele, Group Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Interswitch Group, said the objective of the Verve Good Life Promo is to create invaluable experiences for cardholders and reward them for their loyalty.

She said “Verve remains focused on providing secure and innovative payment solutions to cardholders. Beyond these overarching goals, we are also dedicated to creating rewarding experiences for our cardholders who have chosen us as their preferred card brand and to rewarding them for their loyalty. This was the rationale behind the introduction of Verve Good Life Promo 2.0.”

She noted that during the promo, Verve cardholders enjoyed a rewarding experience as over N50 million worth of rewards have been given to cardholders for their loyalty.


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