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Ajman - This launch is aligned with Ajman's Strategy 2021 that focuses on building a happy society that will contribute to building a green economy.



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Published: Fri 11 Oct 2019, 12:00 AM

Last updated: Fri 11 Oct 2019, 9:13 PM

Ajman residents can now complete their government transactions with ease as a smart digital payment portal was launched on Thursday.
Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman and Chairman of the Executive Council, launched Ajman Pay, a smart platform that enables payment of government fees in a secure way.
He also launched Ajman Pay's e-wallet, the first e-wallet linked with UAE Pass that provides flexibility and precision through one window wherein customers can always pay and review all their transactions with governmental departments in Ajman.
This launch is aligned with Ajman's Strategy 2021 that focuses on building a happy society that will contribute to building a green economy. Conceptualised and developed to support residents towards adopting a digital economy, Ajman Pay offers flexibility and convenience to meet the lifestyle needs of various customer segments. Ajman Pay's digital services also encourages customers to adopt paperless transactions, that will further contribute to building a sustainable economy and assuring customers' satisfaction towards the services provided.
Ahmed bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Representative of the Ruler of Ajman for Administrative and Financial Affairs and Chairman of the Ajman Department of Finance, said: "As for governmental departments, Ajman Pay provides a unified, flexible payment system that meets all needs when it comes to the control of transactions. It also offers them comprehensive financial and statistical reports that will help them in decision-making, as well as ensuring a speedy dispensing of services, guaranteeing customer happiness."
Ajman Pay will offer a variety of payment options including Ajman Pay Card, Ajman Pay e-Wallet, Global e-wallets such as Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, credit cards, debit and prepaid cards, direct debit from bank account, cheques, cash payment, service centres, self service kiosks and SMS.
Now, Ajman Pay allows customers to pay government fees for seven departments including the Department of Finance, Department of Economic Development, Tourism Development Department, Municipality and Planning Department, Department of Land and Real Estate Regulation and Ajman Police.
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