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ComBank enables online payment of Ports Authority charges


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The Commercial Bank of Ceylon has added the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) to its online banking platform, enabling customers to pay their Ports Authority charges in respect to their shipping requirements from anywhere, 24 x 7, 365 days of the year. To use this online payment option, customers simply have to key in their 14 digit invoice number issued by SLPA on Commercial Bank’s online payment portal to be notified of the amount due. Once the payment is successfully completed, an online receipt will be issued. This facility is available to both personal and corporate customers. The Bank has also set up a dedicated client support desk that is accessible 24 hours of the day, for those who use the facility. Here at the signing of the agreement between Commercial Bank and the SLPA are the Bank’s Chief Operating Officer Sanath Manatunge (6th from left), SLPA Managing Director Capt. Athula Hewavitharana and representatives of the two organisations. 


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