Fawry Dahab and PayMe Revolutionize Expat Financial Transactions

Fawry Dahab and PayMe Revolutionize Expat Financial Transactions

By Staff Writer, 06 March 2024

Fawry Dahab, a subsidiary of the e-payment giant Fawry, has entered into a strategic partnership with PayMe, a leading digital payment platform.

The collaboration aims to empower Egyptian expatriates residing in the Gulf region and worldwide by facilitating seamless financial transactions and bill payments within Egypt through the PayMe smartphone application.

In a recent press release, it was revealed that this partnership will allow millions of Egyptian expatriates to conveniently settle various bills and payments, including utility bills, educational fees, licensing fees, club memberships, and insurance premiums, all from the comfort of their overseas locations.

Furthermore, PayMe is actively exploring opportunities to introduce additional services beyond bill payments, catering to the diverse needs of expatriates.

Collaborating with partners across multiple countries, PayMe is committed to expanding its global service portfolio.

Fawry Dahab's primary focus remains on serving Egyptian expatriates, with a target audience of over 12 million individuals.

By leveraging innovative payment solutions and cutting-edge financial technology, Fawry Dahab aims to provide expatriates with unparalleled convenience and efficiency in managing their financial affairs while living abroad.

Source: Arab Finance

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