E-banking: NCB launches updated MobiMal and Numu cards

By Sami Zaptia.

NCB has launched improved e-banking services (Photo: NCB).

London, 13 September 2020:

Libya’s state National Commercial Bank (NCB) has announced the launch of the third version of its MobyMal card with increased services. It also announced the launch of its Numu card.

With regards to the third version of MobyMal, the bank stated that this service will make it easier for customers to carry out their banking operations in safety.

These services include:

  • Switching from one card to another card
  • Requesting a bank statement
  • Stopping a lost cheque/card
  • Paying the Madar mobile phone bill remotely
  • charging a trading card,
  • Raising the transfer ceiling to LD 8,000 per month
  • Raising the transfer ceiling to LD 2,000 per day
  • Raising the transfer ceiling to 4,000 dinars per week,
  • Raising the daily card purchase ceiling to 100 dinars

Numu card

With regards to the local Numu card the NCB said it would enable customers to buy from shops without the need for cash, through the Point of Sale (POS) service available in these shops and through ATMs, and with a daily ATM maximum withdrawal limit of LD 400, and a monthly maximum is of LD 2000.

The new improved services by the NCB coma as part as a general improvement of e-banking services by most banks in Libya. However, Libya has started e-banking very late and from a very low base and has a long way to go to catch up with its peers.

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