CFC to work night shift during Ramadan
Kuwait, July 27, 2011
Kuwait-based Commercial Facilities Company (CFC) will be open on two shifts during the month of Ramadan – 10 am to 1:20 pm, and then 8:45 pm - 10:45 pm for the second shift, Sundays to Thursdays.
“In addition to the morning shift, the company will also open its doors for its customers who would prefer to apply for their transactions after iftar, a measure that reflects the company’s policy of maintaining its flexibility for the best benefits of its customers,” explained Mohammed Bader Al Qattan, manager of Services Development, CFC.
“Customers can complete their transactions by visiting any of our five branches within the specified timings. In addition, they can also visit us in any of our 21 representative offices that are located in the car dealerships during their own located timings.”
Customers are also encouraged to utilize CFC’s quick online service by making their payments through CFCOnline.
“It can’t be made any easier,” said Al Qattan. “In seven steps only, customers can make their online payments in about 45 seconds.”
CFCOnline provides quick financing applications, required information for customers’ documents, a clear financial policy, loan calculator, and the balance of a current loan, all which have received positive feedback from customers.
Al Qattan announced the new location of the Hawalli branch, which has been moved to Al Bahar Center. The new branch provides a spacious interior and more parking lots for its customers, all contributing to quicker transaction processing. – TradeArabia News Service
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