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Al Mulla Exchange announces the names of the winners of the Ninth Draw
April 10, 2014, 12:31 pm

Al Mulla International Exchange, the leading money remittance company in Kuwait, announced the names of the winners of its ninth draw in their ongoing promotion called, ‘Will you be one of the Lucky 7’. The promotion, which began on 7 November 2013 and is spread across four months, is open to customers remitting money through any of the 53 branches of Al Mulla Exchange. The promotion included a total of nine draws, conducted every two weeks, which will pick seven lucky winners in each draw.

The winners of the ninth lucky draw, held on 27 March, 2014 at the Salmiya 4 branch with the prizes they won in brackets, are:
Mohammed Basha (KD 400); Mullakhan Bhaiwala Mohammed Bhai (Samsung Note 3); Fathi Ata Fathi Abdulazeem (Samsung Fridge); Kaleel Ahmed (Samsung Digital Camera); Mizanur Rahman Shahin Md. Sayed (iPad mini 16 Gb); Naser Ahmad Salem Almesbah (Samsung 32” LED TV) and Ramesh Perumal (Braun Food Processor).

Winners were picked by lucky draw from all transactions done at any of the 53 branches of Al Mulla Exchange, during the previous two weeks, including remittances made through Western Union, cash currency transactions and online transactions. 

The ‘Will you be one of the Lucky 7’ promotion is yet another reason for customers to remit their money through Al Mulla Exchange, which, since its inception in 2001, has revolutionized the exchange industry in Kuwait by continuously offering innovative, customer-centric remittance solutions.

Besides making money transfer a rapid, safe and relaxed experience for customers, Al Mulla Exchange offers free insurance and loyalty points on every transaction. And, in addition to the assurance of SMS confirmation on delivery of remittances, Kuwait’s leading exchange company provides the facility to send money from the comfort of one’s home or office through their online service at


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