Interior Ministry offers Tadawul debit card interest-free loan for Eid ram

By Sami Zaptia.

Libya’s Tripoli Ministry of Interior is offering its staff an interest-free debit card loan on the Tadawul card for the purchase of the Eid ram (Photo: Tadawul Technology).

London, 20 July 2020:

In what is becoming a crowded and competitive market, Libya’s Tripoli-based Ministry of Interior is offering its staff an interest-free debit card loan for the purchase of the Eid Al Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) ram.

The loan will be charged onto the Tadawul debit card provided by the leading Libyan financial services company, Tadawul Technology.

The loan will be deducted from staff’s salaries and ranges from LD 1,000 for those on salaries below LD 500 per month, to LD 1,500 for those with salaries up to LD 1,000 per month, to a maximum loan of LD 2,000 for those with salaries of over LD 1,500 per month.

It will be recalled that Aman, Sahary and Waha banks are offering similar deals.

 

Waha bank offers interest-free prepaid card loan for Eid ram

 

Sahary Bank launches interest free card loan to buy Eid ram

 

Interest-free Aman bank loans to buy Eid rams

 

Libya imports Euro 3.4 million livestock for Eid sacrifices

 

Average Eid ram prices fall in eastern Libya to about US$ 163

 

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