Al Ansari Exchange launches AADC Bill Payments Service
07 Aug 2012
Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE’s largest money exchange network that provides worldwide remittance and foreign exchange services, has signed an agreement with Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC), a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority to accept bill payments from AADC customers. Under this new service offering, customers can now pay their Al Ain water and electricity bills through any of the Al Ansari Exchange branches across the UAE without extra charges.
HE Mohamed Bin Omair Al Shamsi, Managing Director of Al Ain Distribution Company said: “This agreement comes within the framework of the company’s efforts to implement the guidance generous of Abu Dhabi Government and which aims to provide the best services to our valued customers and upgrade performance of water and electricity sector in Al Ain and the UAE in general during the past years.” Also, he added “Such services make a significant contribution in reducing the pressure on our offices, and simplify the procedures for our customers without any additional charges.”
“Over the last few years, Al Ansari Exchange has always looked towards developing easier and more convenient ways of doing financial transactions for our customers. Our aim is to give our customers the advantage of making payments swiftly and efficiently, eliminating the need to spend a lot of time while waiting in line to make bill payments using traditional methods. With the roll out of our new AADC bills collection service, customers can now visit any of our over 110 branches across the UAE and pay their utility bills along with other bill payments while exchanging or remitting money. Customer satisfaction has always been at the core of our business philosophy and this reflects in our proactive efforts to diversify our financial services and cater to the evolving needs of our customers.” said Rashed Ali Al Ansari, General Manager, Al Ansari Exchange.
The launch of this service follows other payment services currently offered by Al Ansari Exchange, which includes payment for credit cards for 22 leading banks in UAE, American Express, utility bills including Etisalat and du, air tickets and international mobile top up. The move is part of Al Ansari Exchange’s expansion strategy to offer customers more convenient methods of bill payments and currency exchange services, thereby positioning itself as a one-stop-shop for all customer needs.