Payment of IPDC’s loan and DPS installments through bKash

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From now on, customers of IPDC Finance Ltd will be able to pay instalments of the loan through bKash. Very soon, the instalment payment of Monthly DPS Savings Scheme through bKash will also be launched. To provide these services, IPDC Finance, one of the leading loan distribution organizations has signed an agreement with bKash, the largest mobile financial service provider of the country.

Mizanur Rashid, Chief Commercial Officer of bKash and Fahmida Khan, Chief Financial Officer (Acting) of IPDC exchanged the agreement on behalf of their respective organizations at bKash head office. Kamal Quadir, Chief Executive Officer of bKash and Mominul Islam, Managing Director & CEO of IPDC along with other senior officials of both the organizations were present at the event.

Under this agreement, customers will be able to repay the instalments of IPDC’s book purchase loan, ‘Subodh’ and other Retail Financing loans.

The easy and secure way of repaying loans anytime from anywhere will ensure timely payment of instalments. However, 1.5% convenience fee will be applicable for the repayment of a loan through bKash. The payment process of instalment requires only a few clicks where the customer needs to choose ‘IPDC Finance Ltd.’ from ‘Pay Bill’ option of the bKash app. For customer’s convenience, USSD channel *247# is also available.

Both the organizations have informed that the instalment payment of Monthly DPS Savings Scheme through bKash will be launched very soon.

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