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DBS Hong Kong unveils eLaisee function

Customers who send an eLaisee also have the chance to win up to HK$288 in cash rewards.

DBS Bank (Hong Kong) has launched an eLaisee function for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations.
The bank also announced its “Send more, Earn more” campaign, ending on 15 February.

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To send an eLaisee, users may go to the DBS digibank HK app and input the recipients’ FPS-registered mobile number or email address. They can customise their eLaisee with a selection of Xing Xing Jann Jann mascots.
Meanwhile, under the “Send more, Earn more” campaign, customers have the chance to win up to HK$288 in cash rewards when they send an eLaisee.

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