21st May 2021: Leading the way in digital innovation, JS Bank has launched “Digi Cheque”, the first of its kind digital cheque service in Pakistan which allows users of JS Mobile to send e-cheques instantly removing the need for provision of physical cheques.
As part of a structured long-term strategy of digital innovation and a dedicated focus on customer convenience, JS Bank is continually rolling out personalized products and services that transform the customer experience.
Through this service, users can issue digital cheques via their JS App in a few simple steps by just inputting the receivers name, cell number, CNIC and the amount. The cheque recipient receives a 12-digit PIN number on their cell number, which they can just take to the nearest JS Bank branch and withdraw the cash immediately without any delay or hassle.
Noman Azhar – Chief Digital Officer stated, “Our objective is to make our customer’s financial journey simple, easy and convenient through continual introduction of innovative and pioneering offerings across multiple touchpoints. JS Bank is leading the way in this arena and we are confident that other financial institutions will soon launch similar services allowing for inter-bank digital cheque clearing. To get started with your Digi Cheque journey, download our upgraded JS Mobile now: https://bit.ly/JS-Mobile.”
Digi Cheque offers customer convenience by removing the need for physical cheques or delivery of the same to beneficiaries, secures customers through digital authentication and cost-saving as well.
About JS Bank:
JS Bank is amongst the fastest-growing Banks in Pakistan, with both a domestic and an international presence. The Bank is a leader in the SME space and has a substantial footprint in Digital Banking and Consumer Loans. JS Bank has been recognized on multiple international and national forums, including the prestigious AsiaMoney, Asian Banking and Finance, DIGI and Pakistan Banking Awards. The Bank is part of JS Group, one of Pakistan’s most diversified and progressive financial services groups. For more information, please visit http://www.jsbl.com