MEPS Participates in JoMoPay Festival Introducing attendees to its National Wallet

Middle East Payment Services (MEPS) – a leading, innovative payment services provider in the Middle East – has taken part in the JoMoPay Festival, which was recently organized by the Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) and Jordan River Foundation in Al Hassan Youth City in Irbid.   Through its participation in the JoMoPay Festival, MEPS aims to introduce citizens, especially the unbanked population, to the services and solutions it offers through its National Wallet, which operates in accordance with the Jordan Mobile Payment (JoMoPay) platform, which is operated and supervised by the CBJ.   During the event, attendees learned how to use MEPS’ National Wallet and its services, which offer a new and safe way to conduct e-payments immediately. Users can use their mobile phones to carry out payments and remittances, including settling bills, transferring from one person to another and paying for purchases directly without having to deal with paper money or e-payment cards.   “We are pleased to be a part of this event, which aims to introduce the Jordanian public -  especially those unbanked - to the latest secure online payment methods. Now, anyone can open his or her own account on our National Wallet and start making payments and transfers from anywhere, safely and conveniently, thereby saving time and effort,” said MEPS ‎CEO, Waleed Al Naser.


Ameer Ben Malek, Jordan