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‘Nagad’ customers can avail Dhaka Bank Add Money Service


‘Nagad’ customers can avail Dhaka Bank Add Money Service

The Mobile Financial Service ‘Nagad’ has partnered with Dhaka Bank to launch ‘Add Money’ service. From now on, ‘Nagad’ users can make secure transactions or add money from one of the country’s leading commercial bank Dhaka Bank Limited. Recently the service was launched at the Dhaka Bank’s Head Office with an inaugural ceremony, said a press release.

During the event Nagad’s Chief Executive Officer Rahel Ahmed, Head of Marketing Sheikh Aminul Rahman, Head of Sales Shihab Uddin Chowdhury and Dhaka Bank’s Managing Director and CEO Emranul Huq, Deputy Managing Director A M M Moyen Uddin, Deputy Managing Director Mostaque Ahmed, SEVP and Head of Corporate Banking Division Akhlaqur Rahman along with other officials from both organizations were present at the ceremony.

According to this agreement, ‘Nagad’ users will be able to add money from their Dhaka Bank account to their ‘Nagad’ wallet at any time. This highly secured solution will make wallet loading remarkably easier and more convenient for ‘Nagad’ users.

Commenting on the collaboration Nagad’s CEO Rahel Ahmed said, “Customers of Nagad can avail add money from Dhaka Bank and they can also pay their loan EMI and DPS installments through Nagad.”

Through internet banking, customers can now instantly send money to any ‘Nagad’ account without incurring any fees.

At present – Dhaka Bank, Midland Bank, Exim Bank, NRBC Bank, National Bank, Mutual Trust Bank, First Security Islami Bank, Community Bank, Shahjalal Islami Bank and many more are affiliated with ‘Nagad’ to provide instant wallet loading service using internet banking services.

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