Win a R2 500 DisChem voucher with Multiply

October 20, 2014

This week, Multiply, the wellness and rewards programme for Momentum, is giving away a R2 500 Dis-Chem voucher to reward one reader who takes the Momentum Financial Wellness quiz.

A few weeks ago I wrote about Momentum’s Financial Wellness Assessment, which is part of their Multiply rewards programme, and how it had not only tested what I know about my finances, medical aid, savings and policies, but gave me some advice and pointers on how to plan better.

Multiply wants to challenge you to take one of their financial surveys, and will reward one reader with a R2 500 DisChem voucher to shop with (hmm, I’m thinking their large fragrance range, Crabtree & Evelyn products, and essential toiletries).

Now before you worry about the time this will take, or get nervous about the results, let me assure you that it will take a maximum of 10 minutes to sign up and complete one of the eight surveys (you only have to complete one – it took me around 15 minutes to sign up, and do all of them. Also, Momentum won’t judge or lecture you – they will just give you a score, and advise you gently on where your areas of growth lie.

You also do not need to be a member of Multiply, or Momentum policy holder to use the Financial Assessment Tool.

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To enter to win

1. Register on the Momentum website here:

2. Once you’ve registered, click on the link here, which will take you to the Financial Wellness Assessment tool: .

3. Click on the ‘My Score’ tab, and select one of the categories.

4. Once you have completed the assessment, the tool will produce a report for you, highlighting the areas of your financial wellbeing that need attention.

5. Once you’ve done an assessment, let me know here, and mention what your score was, and what you felt about your score or the assessment (no judgement – promise!)

This giveaway closes on Monday October 27 at 9am, and the winner will be announced shortly after on the Rattle and Mum Facebook page, and then emailed. A winner will be drawn via random.org. Please note that this giveaway is open to South African residents only, and the prize cannot be exchanged for cash.

PS: If you are a member of Multiply

You can earn 5 000 points as a single member and 10 000 as a family member when you complete the online surveys. Bonus points are given for completing all eight questionnaires.

Members can also save on Momentum Life and insurance products (up to 60% savings on a Momentum life insurance policy).  Health members can earn up to R5, 400 per year in health returns.

 

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14 Comments

  • Zeida Solomons

    I registered on the first link but going to the second link I get this: Your account cannot login at this time, please contact our call center

    October 20, 2014 at 5:34 am Reply
  • speedbird059

    My overall Financial Wellness Score was 83% which I am really satisfied with. The tool clearly highlights in a clear manner the two areas that require focus and further attention for our family which is really invaluable.

    October 20, 2014 at 6:41 am Reply
  • Lizelle

    I registered, but when I try to login I get:
    Your account cannot login at this time, please contact our call center

    October 20, 2014 at 7:13 am Reply
    • Tanya

      Hi LIzelle, sorry to hear. Do you need any help?

      October 21, 2014 at 12:00 pm Reply
  • Yogana Reddy

    My overall score was 88%, this is an excellent tool. Atleast it showed me where I was lacking, in my Retirement….so now I can prepare and plan for this.

    October 20, 2014 at 7:27 am Reply
  • ilze

    My overall Financial Wellness Score was 95% – i am very satisfied with this and will give some extra attention to the areas which need more focus!

    October 20, 2014 at 7:27 am Reply
  • MeeA Parkins

    I scored an overall 39%, which is shocking if you consider that I scored 88% on Financial Savvy. Ouch! That said, D and I have both recently completed some financial management courses and are in the process of implementing what we have learned, so I expect we’ll see a change in these scores in the not too distant future…

    October 20, 2014 at 8:24 am Reply
  • Vanessa Cousins

    I registered, but when I try to login I get:
    Your account cannot login at this time, please contact our call center

    October 20, 2014 at 8:36 am Reply
  • Jacqui

    59% Excellent tool! Eye opener

    October 20, 2014 at 12:06 pm Reply
  • amylouisebridge

    My overall financial wellness score was 68%. The questionnaires really gave some food for thought and there are a lot of areas in my life I need to think of covering.

    October 20, 2014 at 12:53 pm Reply
  • Da Loca (@TerblancheDavid)

    I did Life Cover and got a score of 65% and its taught me I need to make extra provision for my family for once I am not there. Thanks I think this is something you know must be done but never get around to thinking hard about it life is short

    October 20, 2014 at 7:00 pm Reply
  • Jacqui Trinder

    My overall financial wellness score was 60%. The assessment was a great wake up call. Especially with our first baby due 3 Jan. I have been meaning to get our finances in order this made me really sit back and think about it. It puts it into a really easy to understand way. I did all the questions and the ones that stood out were estate planning 27% EEK and critical illness and functional impairment, I need my hands to work and bring in an income so it really does hit home…

    October 21, 2014 at 1:21 pm Reply
  • Emy Clarke

    I did the Medical Aid questionnaire and my score was 83% which I am very happy about.

    October 26, 2014 at 7:21 am Reply
  • paddatjiesema

    My overall score was 63%, which is not too bad if you compare it with my actual financial situation. The biggest thing that I learned from this was that I know we have ‘things’…annuities, cover etc, but I’m not sure exactly what we have. It is in files, but I’m not even sure everything is there

    October 26, 2014 at 10:27 am Reply
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