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e-Fawateercom payment option is now available for RJ customers in Jordan

Posted 15 May 2019 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian (RJ) customers can now book and pay their tickets and travel products through eFawateercom, a payment option added to the RJ website and mobile app, which makes it easier for them to make purchases directly from eFawteercom wallet.

 

eFawateercom is Jordan Central Bank's electronic bill presentment and payment service that enables clients to pay securely online, 24/7.

During its first phase, this payment option is only available for RJ customers residing in Jordan, but during its second phase, it will cover all points of commencement worldwide.

Via eFawateercom, users pay online easily, directly from their bank accounts, without using a credit card.

RJ President/CEO Stefan Pichler said: “We are keen to provide every possible tool for our customers to facilitate their travel experience. We made eFawateercom one of our payment options to save our passengers time and effort, not to mention the fact that it is a fast and secure transaction that can be made whenever they wish and from anywhere they are.”

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