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Moldovan commercial bank first ever launches one-click payment service

13:51 | 18.01.2018 Category: Economic

Chisinau, 18 January /MOLDPRES/ – Moldova Agroindbank launched one – click payment service in Internet&Mobile Banking, a simple, fast and flexible solution diversifying payment methods for individuals.

This new option in menu of Payments for Services is an absolute novelty for Moldova, a comfortable and operative mode to carry out banking operations throughout maximum mobility. Thus, one – click payment service option allows to pay simultaneously multiple bills, by just one click, using a single password received directly on mobile phone or e – mail.

That solution is one of the many new features introduced by MAIB in Internet&Mobile Banking that transformed the service into a user – friendly one, saving precious time.

In this way, besides simultaneous selection of multiple bills, there is the possibility to create service providers directly on initiated payment screen; pay bills through Mpay government electronic payment service; set and edit service providers on a single interface; make payments to other providers who do not issue invoices on a regular basis; create and/or edit recipients directly in initiated payment screen; view payment info executed in sub – menu Payment status/history; view and print (in Word, Excel, or PDF format) bank details of accounts in sub – menu Banking data; display overdue debts in a new heading Overdue Debts, menu Account Summary.

At present, Internet&Mobile Banking Service of MAIB benefits over 85,000 persons. Internet&Mobile Banking of MAIB can be accessed anytime, anywhere, using any internet connected device. The customers can subscribe to Internet&Mobile Banking at one of bank’s subsidiaries.


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