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National Commercial Bank Launches New Online Website

Customers can transfer funds through the internet to any account at NCB or any other local or international accounts

The National Commercial Bank, a Saudi Arabia-based bank, has launched a new website that provides modern banking services with convenience and safety. Reportedly, the transactions carried out through the new website are encrypted. To ensure safety, the customer will be provided with two passwords, one is to log in the website and the other is to execute transactions.

The new site allows non-bank customers, citizens and expats, to open current accounts upon demand through filling and submitting an electronic form. The website provides customers with bill payment services to more than 60 companies including telecommunications, electricity, airlines, government services and others, with the possibility of paying more than one bill in a single operation, also the possibility of using a credit card to pay bills from the card’s account easily.

Additionally, customers can opt to print account statements at any time, choose the layout preferences and adjust it by the desired date, amount and type of transactions. Customers can have access to extract their credit card statements for any period, follow up on pending operations, review balance, and settle due payments with easy and simple steps. Customers can also review and update their personal data at any time without having to return to the branch according to SAMA regulations.

Omar Hashem, head of electronic transactions banking division at NCB, said: “One of the most important new features in the website is that customers who already have Tayseer financing in local commodities, can request to have supplementary funding. Furthermore, customers have the option to transfer funds through the internet to any account at NCB or any other local or international accounts in more than 180 thousand sites in 180 countries around the world, through Quickpay, MoneyGram, or SWIFT services.”