eftpos - Giveback campaign


It’s that time of year as Australia’s shopping centres and High Streets welcome the Christmas rush and shoppers look to give their debit cards a good festive workout.

To capitalise on the moment and in a bid to make a positive difference, eftpos has just launched its 2013 Giveback campaign which aims to raise a massive $2 million over the next couple of months. This will be achieved by shoppers opting to pay via their cheque or savings accounts as they stand at the checkout, brandishing their debit cards. The more transactions processed, the more money raised.

The 2013 eftpos Giveback campaign will donate to Diabetes Australia and Cancer Council. The campaign is being supported by a series of advertisements as well as being promoted on social media. 

eftpos CEO, Bruce Mansfield, has come out in full support of the two selected charities, both of which are sensitive causes for many Australians.

“Skin Cancer and diabetes are two of the biggest threats to the health of this nation and these initiatives will have a long-lasting impact on the lives of Australians across all age groups,” said Mr. Mansfield. “They both had very strong support in our social media poll, where almost 70,000 Australians voted for their favourate causes. 

“In the lead up to Christmas we are asking Australia’s shoppers to get behind the eftpos Giveback campaign by simply pressing CHQ and SAV at the checkout and getting involved on social media. It’s an easy way to get on the ‘nice list’ this Christmas.” 

IF EFTPOS would like to put on record that we fully support the 2013 eftpos Giveback campaign and encourage all shoppers to get out their debit cards and (sensibly!) spend, spend, spend!!

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