Winners cash in from Western Union, Fexco Samoa

By Aruna Lolani 13 February 2017, 12:00AM

Fexco Samoa and Western Union have congratulated ten lucky winners for their January (Christmas finale) promotion. 

Deputy General Manager, Mulipola Anarosa Molio’o presented $200 cash prizes to each of the January winners of their three month promotion based on remittances. 

An amount of $4,000 was allocated for the winners of January.  

 “The first promotion we did this morning is mainly related to the Christmas spirit.” Mulipola Anarosa said

“We’ve done the presentation for the November-December Awareness and this morning is the presentation of January so this is the finale of the Christmas promotion because we see that most of the people that were sending money just sent it in January, which is part of the New Year and that’s why January was included in this promotion.” 

Mulipola said that this promotion wasn’t like their usual local promotions. 

 “This promotion is actually organized by our Western Union office in New Zealand so they selected the winners. 

This is how we give back to our customers. We run a promotion, so that they will be eligible to be part of the services.”

“We’ve already done the presentation of the winners for December and November and it’s about $12,000 that we actually spent for that first promotion.”

Mulipola Anarosa Molio’o acknowledged the winners for their support with the hopes that they will continue on using Western Union’s services. 

“We do this annually and for every special occasion. At the moment, we are preparing our promotion for Mothers Day, which sees some of the highest remittances coming to Samoa.”

Ioasa Leiataua, one of the winners said how happy he was about winning the promotion. 

“I am truly thankful for this because it’s not every day that we get money just like this.

 I really didn’t expect to win anything so I want to thank the company for their services especially for holding these promotions. 

It has been a great help and I hope next time I win, the amount of money will be more than what I just got,”  he smiled.

By Aruna Lolani 13 February 2017, 12:00AM

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