May 8, 2021


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500 taka bonus if you take money from card development!

BKash has come up with 3 offers to make it more comfortable and affordable to bring money to bKash from debit or credit card. Where bKash has given cashback facility to thecustomer from Rs 50 to Rs 500.This information was given by bKash on Saturday (April 24). It is said that while staying at home, customers can add money from their MasterCard or Visa debit card to their own or someone else’s bKash account at any time with the bKash app at no cost. Now bKash has offered 3 new cashbacks.

For the first time with the bKash app, customers will get a cashback of Tk 100 only if they add Rs 1,000 or more to their own or someone else’s bKash account from Visa or MasterCard. The offer will run until May 18, 2021 and a customer will receive a one-time cashback during the offer. The offer is applicable for customers who have never added money from Visa or MasterCard to bKash account before.

Note that cashback will reach the customer’s account within 2 to 3 working days of the transaction. Customers can find out the details of the offer on the website

In addition, customers who have added money to the bKash account from Visa or MasterCard in 2020 with the bKash app, but did not add money from January 1, 2021 to April 12, 2021, will receive Rs 1,000 or more from the bKash app via Visa or MasterCard. If you do, you will get 100 rupees cashback. This offer will continue till 16 May 2021. A customer will receive a one-time cashback during the offer and the cashback will arrive on the next business day of the transaction. More details can be found on the website

In addition, with the bKash app, customers can get instant cashback of Tk 50 only if they add Tk 4,500 to their own or someone else’s bKash account from Visa or MasterCard. If you pay Tk 4,500 per ad, you will get Tk 50 cashback, which means the customer can get cashback up to a maximum of Tk 500 in 10 times. The offer will run until 18 May 2021. For details visit website.

In case of each offer, the customer who will be added to the bKash account will get cashback. In addition, in the case of Ad Money Services, charges may be levied by certain banks for bringing money to the development only with a credit card.

Bangladesh Bank has banned former chairman of Mercantile Bank AKM Shahid Reza from holding indirect and direct responsibilities in the banking sector for the next two years. At the same time, he was removed from the post of director of the bank.

The central bank took the decision after information emerged that fugitive Prashant Kumar (PK) Haldar had shared an anonymous loan by forging loans from various financial institutions. He was informed of the decision in a letter on Tuesday.

Shahid Reza is an entrepreneurial shareholder of Mercantile Bank. He served as the chairman of the bank for a period of two years from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2019. He is currently the Chairman of the Mercantile Bank Foundation. He is also the chairman of Reza Group.

In this regard, Bangladesh Bank Executive Director and Spokesperson Sirajul Islam told the media that the decision was taken after the allegations of loan irregularities against Shahid Raza were proved. If he wants against this decision, he can appeal to the board of directors of Bangladesh Bank.

Loans from MTB Marine, Wintel International, Konica Enterprise and Greenline Development, which are affiliated to PK Haldar, were deposited in various institutions by AKM Shahid Raza. He took huge amount of money by violating the loan rules. In such a context, Bangladesh Bank gave him a notice to show cause on January 8. Governor Fazle Kabir signed his removal order on Tuesday.

Acknowledging receiving the letter, AKM Shahid Reza said, “I took loans from International Finance in the name of various institutions, which I am repaying regularly. But there was someone else’s name behind the loan check given to me from the institution. I got stuck because I didn’t notice the matter. ‘ Asked whether he would appeal against the decision of Bangladesh Bank, he said, “I will let you know if I do anything like that.”