DIB, Dubai Police offer online fine payment
Dubai, October 12, 2010
Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) has entered into an agreement with Dubai Police towards enabling DIB customers to pay their traffic fines via online banking.
As per the terms of the agreement, in early 2011, DIB customers will not only be able to pay their traffic tickets from the comfort of their homes or offices, but they will also be able to make enquiries about their existing fines via Al Islami online banking.
The bank also aims to provide the same service across all e-channels including Al Islami mobile banking, a statement said.
“Today’s technologically advanced customers are always seeking products and services that are fast, convenient and secure,” said Abdullah Al Hamli, chief executive officer, DIB.
“Our latest offering will provide our million plus customers with the ability to make secure, cardless payments from the comfort of their computers. We thank Dubai Police for their support in helping us continue to expand our online payment services to make day-to-day errands even easier for our customers,” he added.
Major General Khamis Mattar Al Mazina, deputy commander in chief of Dubai Police, said: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with the world’s first Islamic bank, which we anticipate will be of great benefit to DIB customers and Dubai Police alike.” – TradeArabia News Service
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