6 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Emirates NBD Mobile App
The thing about having a smartphone is that you're tempted to download all sorts of apps. We're talking everyday necessities - mParking, Salik and RTA - to recreational apps - colouring, music and even photo editing ones.
The app that we constantly rely on is the Emirates NBD one.
1. Manage everything on a fingerprint
It's as simple as that. Use your fingerprint to access your main account and you'd probably never have to step into the bank ever again!
2. You don't need to stop having a good time
That's because you can be right where you are and get stuff done - be it applying for a loan, opening a new account, requesting for credit cards, cheque books, statements and even clearance letters.
3. It's a pleasant end to the queue system
Because the queuing happens virtually. The Branch Queuing Ticket is a feature that gives you the mobile queuing ticket before you even get to the branch. Doesn't that give you time to do other things?
4. There's stuff you don't need to worry about
Losing your credit or debit card is always a stressful affair but getting through to the bank post the incident can be more stressful. But with the app in hand, blocking and unblocking lost cards is in your control.
5. Minimise bank runs
You don't need to be Usain Bolt, because there's no running involved. You stay where you are and scan and deposit cheques remotely.
6. There's a service that you should know about
But don't tell your friends about it. It's the mePAY service - it allows you to send money to friends and family in the easiest way possible (think no account or IBAN numbers). We foresee a line outside your door.
7. And lastly...
The transactions you'd usually have on a day-to-day basis can be done via the app. Pay your bills, check account or credit card statements or turn payments into installments in a hassle-free way. If that's not enough, you can do your bit for charity (read: make donations) over the app.
Sponsored By Emirates NBD
Emirates NBD, the leading banking group in the region, was formed on 16th of October 2007 when the shares of Emirates NBD were officially listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM). The Emirates NBD 2007 merger between Emirates Bank International (EBI) and the National Bank of Dubai (NBD), became a regional consolidation blueprint for the banking and finance sector as it combined the second and fourth largest banks in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to form a banking champion capable of delivering enhanced value across corporate, retail, private, Islamic and investment banking throughout the region.