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Regular Income Provider

Al Baraka’s Regular Income Provider is a unique account that enables you to earn a regular monthly income from a lump-sum investment, allowing you to meet monthly financial commitments from your profit-share payout.

What are the benefits you will enjoy?

  • The ability, at any time, to add R1 000 or more to your initial investment
  • Profits are paid on a monthly basis.
  • The choice of re-investing profits thus increasing your monthly returns.
  • The option of profits to be paid by way of an electronic transfer to an account of your choice.

What qualification criteria apply?

  • A minimum investment of R20 000

Note: All cash deposits are subject to a cash deposit fee

Who should apply for Al Baraka’s Regular Income Provider?

  • Al Baraka’s Regular Income Provider is aimed at individuals wanting to earn a monthly income.

How do you apply?

  • Visit one of our branches country-wide and discuss the Al Baraka Regular Income Provider with one of our consultants.
  • Complete an application form.

What documentation is required?

  • Bar-coded Identity document
  • A utility bill, not older than 3 months, for the verification of your residential address.

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