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eZ Cash partners Fintrex Finance to facilitate easy leasing payments


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Dialog Axiata Vice President, Digital Services Fariq Cader (fourth from left) handing over the agreement to Fintrex Finance AGM Business Development and Marketing Communications Bevan Perera (fourth from right). Also seen are (from left): Dialog Axiata Senior Manager, Mobile Money Padmanath Muthukumarana, Dialog Axiata Merchant Acquisition and Sales, Mobile Money Chief Manager Udaya Jayasundera, Dialog Axiata Digital Financial Services Senior General Manager Janaka Jayalath, Fintrex Finance Chief Financial Officer Dineka Withanachchi, Fintrex Finance Manager Information Technology Indika Bogala, and Dialog Axiata Account Manager, Enterprise Sales, Mobile Money Theekshana Gammanpila

 


Sri Lanka’s first and largest mobile money and payment service, eZ Cash, announced its most recent partnership with Fintrex Finance Ltd., in order to enable customers to pay their leasing payments via eZ Cash.

All Fintrex Finance customers will now be able to make leasing payments via the eZ Cash mobile app, by dialling #111# or at any of the country’s 20,000 eZ Cash merchants available island wide, ensuring greater convenience and ease of access to their customers.

 


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