Dubai launches digital case ‘Noqodi’ for government-based payments

  • The digital case is already listed during a variety of national banks and monetary establishments, permitting numerous dirhams in transactions.
  • Dubai’s Department of Finance (DOF), unitedly with Smarter Dubai City and Emaratech, has launched a digital case to facilitate payment of the government’s service fees.
  • Noqodi, which implies ‘my money’ in Arabic, permits individual and company customers to firmly pay high-volume transactions reaching up to numerous dirhams for various government and non-government fees below digital platform metropolis Pay.
  • It is aimed toward getting ready government entities to prevent accept digital cheque and bank transfers.

The digital case is listed in a variety of national banks as well as monetary establishments, permitting customers to feed it with credit from their bank accounts.

The banks embrace Mashreq Bank, Emirates NBD, Emirates Islamic Bank, Dubai Islamic Bank, Commercial Bank of Dubai and Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, with a lot of monetary entities expected to be additional, consistent with Jamal Hamed Al Marri, Executive Director and provisional decision maker of Central Accounts Sector at DOF.

Credit may also be added to the case through a variety of exchanges like Al Ansari.

Noqodi’s alternative options embrace the availability of integrated solutions for payment assortment, cashback, settlements, and many more to be unleashed in due course of time.

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