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SABB launches new service for Interior ministry

Riyadh, September 14, 2009

The Saudi British Bank (SABB) has launched a new service under which customers can pay all governmental fees charged for the services offered by the Ministry of Interior, such as passport charges, civil status and traffic charges.

The payment of charges to the Ministry of Interior will be done through Sadad Payment System all over Saudi Arabia, said a bank statement.

The service also allows for the automated retrieval of charges through electronic channels such as SABB Net and SABB Direct, explained Nabil Al-Hoshan, general manager Personal Financial Services.

'It is always our aim to introduce products which support our leading role in the field of banking services, and to provide flexibility to our customers in their banking business using latest technology.'

'The Ministry of Interior Payment Service is a step forward in the bank’s policy to provide highest personal banking services to meet the requirements and needs of our customers,' he added.

The Ministry of Interior Payment service is linked to Sadad Payment system, a Sama-centralized electronic payment system which is designed to facilitate and speed up the process of settlement of bills and other services through all banking channels in the Kingdom (Bank branches, ATMs, Telephone Banking and Internet Banking).-TradeArabia News Service




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