Dubai First, ENBD sign agreement

Dubai First, the consumer finance company of Dubai Group, a member of Dubai Holding, announced on Wednesday it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Emirates NBD PJSC (ENBD), to provide added value and convenience to consumers for credit card bill payments.

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Published: Thu 7 Aug 2008, 11:56 PM

Last updated: Thu 24 Nov 2022, 9:36 AM

Under the agreement, Dubai First customers can now settle their monthly credit card bills at any of the ENBD cash deposit machines (CDMs) available at 80 locations across the UAE. Payments made through the ENBD CDMs will reflect immediately on the card member's account. The service is offered to Dubai First card holders without any additional charge.

Ravi Bhardwaj, Country Corporate Officer, Dubai First UAE, said: "We are pleased to partner with Emirates NBD, one the largest and more renowned financial institutions in the region. Maximising convenience for our customers is an essential component of our value proposition and we are confident this alliance will help strengthen our brand with our rapidly growing customer base."

The agreement brings the total number of payment locations in Dubai First's nationwide network to 325, including the branch networks of Al Ansari Exchange, UAE Exchange, Al Fardan Exchange, Al Ghurair Exchange, Al Rostamani Exchange, Redha Al Ansari Exchange, Wall Street Exchange.

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