UAE Exchange in credit payment deal
Manama, March 11, 2012
UAE Exchange has announced that American Express Middle East card members can now settle their credit card bills at any of the company's 10 conveniently located branches across Bahrain.
The two companies have signed an agreement whereby UAE Exchange is authorised to accept bill payments from American Express Middle East card members.
The agreement with UAE Exchange is the latest step in American Express Middle East's ongoing drive to provide card members with the widest possible choice of payment options.
American Express Middle East offers a range of fast and convenient ways for card members to settle their credit card bills, including in person, online, by direct debit, by post and by wire transfer.
UAE Exchange global operations chief operating officer Y Sudhir Kumar Shetty said for more than 31 years, UAE Exchange has always focused on quality of service and customer convenience.
"These values have been reflected in all our partnerships, taking us a step further to achieving our aim of becoming the largest provider of remittance and value-added services."
UAE Exchange country head Deepak Nair said: "In a short span of just over three years, we have built a strong network, with 10 branches across the country. With committed service, we have become the first choice for millions of customers seeking to make payments conveniently and easily."
"This commitment has earned us the ISO certification, the first exchange brand in Bahrain to do so. We consider our association with American Express Middle East an important one and we are sure that this new facility will bring American Express Middle East card members additional ease and convenience."
"This agreement is part of UAE Exchange's ongoing commitment to offer maximum convenience and flexibility to customers," Nair stated.
"UAE Exchange's extensive footprint in Bahrain gives credit card customers a quick and easy way to settle their bills, wherever they may be in the country," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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