Dubai Islamic Bank Enters ePayments Deal With Global Property Developer

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5:25 PM EST January 28th, 2013

Dubai Islamic Bank has announced it has signed an agreement with global property provider, Emaar Properties, to introduce epayments to customers of both companies. The agreement will see DIB customers pay Emaar’s community service charges through the bank’s online and mobile banking services.

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