Muscat, August 5, 2018: In cooperation with the Royal Oman Police (ROP), Oman Arab Bank payment kiosks that have been lately launched facilitate the payment of local and GCC traffic fines, in addition to municipal fines for residents (expats) or other visitors to the Sultanate during the summer holiday. The launch of these kiosks embodies the partnership initiatives between the public and private sector in the Sultanate.
Commenting on the launch of the self-service kiosks, Rashad Al Sheikh, Deputy General Manager of Retail Banking at OAB said, “We at OAB, are proud to be the first bank in the Sultanate to collaborate with the ROP in providing self-service kiosks at Muscat International Airport. These kiosks will facilitate the payment and enquiry of fines for locals, residents, and visitors to the Sultanate. These devices are easy to use and are equipped to collect fines via bank cards or cash deposits. Initially, three devices have been installed at various locations across Muscat International Airport so as to maximum their accessibility to visitors.”
The first kiosk is in the departures building in hall one, the second is located at the visa cancellation hall, while the third kiosk is located near the passport and electronic travel gates. These devices can be used by entering the ID number for citizens and residents and visa number for tourists. Omanis can also settle or enquire about their traffic violations through these kiosks.
Oman Arab Bank is one of the first banks to be established in Oman, with a rich and proud history. Today, the bank operates a nationwide network of 65 branches and representative offices and 148 ATMs spread across the Sultanate. OAB provides the complete range of financial products and services for personal banking, corporate and investment clients.