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Apr. 25, 19 | 9:53 am

Filipinos who regularly send remittances now have another reason to enjoy Sharaf Exchange’s comprehensive Usrati Loyalty Program with its recent update and upgrades!

The remittance and exchange company has recently announced that the points earned by their members can now be exchanged for discounted or free transactions!

Those who accumulated at least 175 points can exchange the points for Dh 10 off from the transaction fee, while those who manage to save up at total of 250 points get their transaction free of charge. The latest update covers all kinds of remittance transactions across all their branches.

Emergency Flight Tickets Program Upgrade

When Sharaf Exchange launched the Usrati program, it position itself as the only exchange and remittance center that provides flight tickets for free for its members in cases of accidental death of a relative. “Having completed the 1 year anniversary of the program with this benefit being rolled out to OFWs, Indians and Pakistanis during this period, Sharaf Exchange has now enhanced the coverage of the emergency flight tickets,” said the company in an announcement.

Now, in addition to their transaction update, Usrati now covers Free Emergency Air Travel for any form of death of an immediate family member of the Usrati member. This enables members to be with their loved ones during the most unfortunate of circumstances. “That means, God Forbid, should Parents, Spouse or Children of the Usrati member pass away, for any cause including natural reasons, illness, pregnancy related complications, Heart Attacks, Pre-existing conditions or Accidents, Usrati would assist you travel immediately to bid farewell to your near one. Never again, will an OFW mourn the loss of a beloved, away from home! This is a benefit that is perfectly useful for any expatriate in the UAE,” said the company in an announcement.

Existing members just need their accounts to be active (transactions once in 45 days) shall have their benefits renewed automatically under this benefit as well.

How do you apply for Usrati?

One can enroll into Usrati, from any Sharaf Exchange branch in the UAE. If the person is not already a Sharaf Exchange customer, a valid Emirates ID is necessary for registration. There is also a miniscule registration charge of AED10, which pales in comparison to the benefits available to be enjoyed.

Sharaf Exchange has more than 30 locations in key areas of Dubai and the UAE including the Dubai International Airport, Times Square, Mall of the Emirates, Ibn Battuta Mall, and more.

Sharaf Exchange can be reached Toll free at 800-8111 for any clarifications required on Usrati.

 

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