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Transferring Money to Your Bank Account Now at Your Finger Tips!
Dubai Islamic Bank introduces yet another innovative service for Western Union beneficiaries in Pakistan.
Now you can collect your remittances sent via Western Union from the comfort of your home. Our Call center representatives are at your service 24/7x 365 days a year. Simply dial 0800-11-DIB (342), provide your MTCN number, CNIC, and your account number (linked with 1LINK or MNET) to get your remittance transferred directly to your bank account. You are welcome to avail this service even if you do not maintain an account with DIBPL.
- Everything is done over the phone, all from the safety of your home.
- With Western Union on our side, you know your money is safe.
- Your money is sent through the Banking Channel; you can be sure that your money is completely safe.
- Simply pick up the phone, and call our toll free number: 0800-11-DIB (342).
- Provide your account number, CNIC & MTCN number.
- Your Remittance will be instantly transferred to your bank account maintained with any 1LINK or MNET member bank.
- The service is absolutely free.
- Your funds are transferred on a real-time basis.
- Service available 24/7, 365 days a year.
- Avoid the risk of carrying cash.
How to Transfer
To Send Money
- Walk-in to any branch office of Our Alliances’
- Follow their process of Funds Transfer
- Take the secret code and receipt from the teller; and
- Convey the secret code to the receiver in Pakistan
To Receive Money
- Visit any DIBPL branch across Pakistan,
- Present your valid CNIC and fill out a simple form,
- Provide the secret code on the form and collect the payment in Rupees
Use of IBAN for Remittance
We would like to inform you about the State Bank Pakistan’s IBAN implementation. The International Bank Account Number (IBAN) is a global standard for identifying bank accounts for a more efficient and secure mode of cross-border money transfers. Your unique IBAN # for this account is stated above with your account number, which should be used for receiving cross border remittance into your account.
The composition of your IBAN includes your ten digit account number starting from right to left and a prefix of 14 alphanumeric characters, which makes your IBAN number globally unique.
In near future it will be made mandatory for remitters to provide the IBAN number of the beneficiary at the time of sending remittances to Pakistan. Hence, as a beneficiary it is imperative to keep your IBAN numbers handy and request your remittances senders to start mentioning the IBAN number at the time of sending remittances to Pakistan.
You are important to us, no matter how small or large your banking needs may be and we promise to take care of you. If you have any further queries, feel free to call Dubai Islamic Phone Banking at 111-786-DIB (342).
Branchless Banking Home Remittance Account
Home Remittance, Made Rewarding!
Dubai Islamic Bank introduces Home Remittance product offering for Pakistani Nationals.
Now you can receive your international remittances sent from various locations across the World from the comfort of your home.
- For Pakistani Nationals Only
- Free Mobile Minutes on every $100 Remittance received in the Account
- No initial Deposit or Minimum Balance Requirment
- Account Deposit of up to Rs. 1.5 million
- Debit Card & E-Statement Facility
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