Is Arab Bank an Islamic bank?
On 13th August 2008, Arab Bank plc obtained the license to establish and operate a fully-owned subsidiary in Khartoum – Sudan, under the name “Arab Sudanese Bank”, which is intended to offer a full range of banking products and services that are Islamic Sharia – compliant.
How can I open account in Arab Bank?
Following are the required documents to open an account with the Arab Bank:
- Valid identification.
- Valid residency ID.
- Identification document or birth certificate (for minors)
- Leasing contract.
- Utility bill.
Where is the Arab Bank?
Arab Bank is one of the largest financial institutions in the Middle East, founded in 1930 in Jerusalem, Mandatory Palestine, as the first private sector financial institution in the Arab world. Headquartered today in Amman, Jordan, it serves clients in more than 600 branches spanning five continents.
Can I open Arab Bank account online?
Open a new account online easily and conveniently without the need to visit the branch via “Arabi Mobile” app and enjoy a host of benefits including: Current account or saving account with interest in Jordanian Dinars. Debit card delivered to your address without the need to visit the branch.
How do I transfer money to Arab Bank?
Transfer Funds to other Banks within Jordan….Accessing the Service:
- From any PC connected to the Internet, open the browser and go to www.arabbank.jo.
- Click “Log On” under “Arabi Online” on the left menu.
- In the Log On page of the Arabi Online Service, enter your username and the four digit number in the gray box.
How do I open a Telemoney account?
Download the Telemoney App from PlayStore or iTunes. Click on the “Open a Telemoney Account” button….Enter your Absher username and password on the Nifaz website.
- Step 1: Authentication.
- Step 2: Contact Information.
- Step 3: Personal Finance Information.
- Step 4: User ID & Password.
- Step 5: Account Confirmation.
How do I send money through Telemoney?
Visit your nearest TeleMoney Remittance Center. Submit your ID to the Customer Service Representative (CSR). The CSR will issue you a unique Remittance Membership ID number, which will allow you to add up to 15 beneficiaries. Approach the teller, hand him your ID and the transfer amount then select the beneficiary.