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Misr Life Insurance accepts premium payments electronically

Monday, 03 23 2020, Category: Insurance and Reinsurance, Country: Egypt
Misr Life Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Misr InsuranceHolding Company, has taken measures encouraging its customers to reduce cash transactions and use its digital payment platforms. This comes in line with the company’s continued efforts to facilitate the safety and comfort of its customers, while implementing the preventive measures recommended by the Ministry of Health to reduce personal communications where possible.

Customers can use Misr Life Insurance’s digital applications and electronic payment channels that are already available for insurance services, as well as pay their premiums through a large network of electronic payment channels, which include, Misr Life Insurance official website,, as well as the company’s mobile app, on apple store and android, Fawry outlets across the country, Mobile wallet, Fawry services available through National Bank of Egypt (CBE)’s ATMs.

Basel El Hini, Chairman and Managing Director of Misr Insurance Holding Company, said: “Misr Insurance Holding Company and its subsidiaries are diligent in following prevention methods and protecting their partners, customers and/or employees. Therefore, Misr Insurance Holding Company and its subsidiaries urge its customers to carry out their insurance dealings through electronic payment and digital applications. This includes obtaining various insurance services, paying insurance premiums, and keeping updated with corporate services.

Source: Zawya
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