Get more eBucks rewards for savings and investments than for spending

FNB and RMB Private Bank's eBucks Rewards programme is implementing changes from the beginning of July.

Customers will now receive more points for savings and investments. This is a slight change from the current programme that enables customers to earn eBucks for spending.

FNB eBucks Rewards CEO, Johaan Moolman says they are trying change customers' behaviour by emphasising on saving.

As a bank we have to look out for our members and customers. And if you look at the economic climate right now, saving is extremely important. What we have been able to do with eBucks is to change customers' behaviour and we are going to try do this in the savings space as well.

Johaan Moolman,FNB eBucks Rewards CEO

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