Customs transactions can be paid online now

DUBAI - Dubai Customs’ e-payment services have been launched.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Fri 7 Dec 2007, 9:29 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 2:08 AM

With the launch of the first phase of the e-payment project from the beginning of the month, customers can now pay online all customs transactions fees, it was announced on Wednesday.

The e-payment project offers three options to pay the fees: through credit cards, e-dirham and direct debit from the bank account. The three modes of payment would encourage the clients to pay online and avoid queuing up in front of the operations counters.

The second phase of the project would add more electronic services to the current services.

Ahmed bin Lahej, Director, Client Partnership Department, commented on the new project saying: “The online payment services project has been achieved in coordination with the Finance Department at Dubai Customs. The electronic services will help our clients save time and efforts as they can make their payments from the comfort of their homes and offices rather than standing in long queues to do so.”

“The new online services will also ease the burden of processing the transactions from our employees’ shoulders, allowing Dubai Customs to offer better services to our clients,” he added.

It is worth noting that clients have to register at the following web portal to benefit from these services:

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