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UAE Exchange ties-up with FEWA for Bill Payment Cash Collection Service
Abu Dhabi, 28 September 2017: UAE Exchange, the leading global money transfer, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand, has entered into a strategic alliance with the Federal Electricity and Water Authority (FEWA) to launch a cash collection service for bill payments to the utility provider in the UAE.
Agreement exchange between Shaikha M Abdullah AlBlooshi, Director of Revenue & Credit Control, FEWA and Abdel Kareem Alkayed, Country Head, UAE Exchange – UAE
The new service offers customers easy cash payment solutions for outstanding FEWA bills at all 150 UAE Exchange branches throughout the UAE. Customers can now enquire their outstanding bill amount and make cash payments to settle their FEWA dues, with the payments being instantly updated on FEWA’s system.
“Our collaboration with FEWA reinforces our commitment to offer customers with maximum convenience and integrated financial solutions from a single point of contact, and also adds to our bouquet of bill payment solutions,” said Abdel Kareem Alkayed, Country Head, UAE Exchange – UAE.
“FEWA is always striving to serve its customers better. We believe our partnership with UAE Exchange will open new ways and enable our clients settle their utility bills within the due time,” said Shaikha M Abdullah AlBlooshi, Director of Revenue & Credit Control, Federal Electricity and Water Authority.
The new partnership leverages the dense network of UAE Exchange outlets across the UAE to bring convenience to FEWA customers across Ajman, UAQ, RAK, Dhaid, Fujairah and Dibba.