DIGIFI, a subsidiary of BMCI, launches its Smart Flouss solution

DIGIFI, a subsidiary of BMCI, launches its Smart Flouss solution
DIGIFI, a subsidiary of BMCI, launches its Smart Flouss solution

In order to be part of the country’s economic recovery and to promote financial inclusion, BMCI and the BNP Paribas Group have created DIGIFI, an independent subsidiary dedicated to mobile payment in Morocco.

DIGIFI has in fact obtained approval from Bank Al-Maghrib and has set up its Mobile Wallet with the highest standards in the market in terms of security and reliability thanks to the Group’s expertise and its centers of expertise in Morocco. .

This digital and innovative project reflects the Bank’s ability to adapt to its environment and to offer its clients relevant tools in a constantly changing market. In addition, this project aims to contribute to the country’s banking services.

Smart Flouss is an electronic wallet which aims to advance mobile payment, on operations today largely carried out in cash, as services but with balance caps ranging from 200dhs to 20,000 dhs.

Les services Smart Flouss

Firstly, the Smart Flouss service offer integrates the most frequent use of Moroccans, which is money transfer and merchant payment. The offer will be enriched thereafter.

Smart Flouss allows you to transfer money instantly to any mobile wallet in Morocco. All customers need to do is connect to their account via the Smart Flouss mobile application and enter their beneficiary’s phone number.

The network

Smart Flouss is based on a local distribution network through which users have a relationship of trust and use. As a subsidiary of BMCI, this network is currently made up of all BMCI branches across Morocco, to carry out its deposit and withdrawal operations.

A local network will be set up to offer customers a service over extended hours and more flexibility, and will consist mainly of neighborhood shops and places to live.

The rates

Smart Flouss is one of the most competitive offers on the market. Beyond the free charges imposed by the regulator, all transfers between Smart Flouss accounts are free.

In addition, in order to give Moroccans the opportunity to test this new service at their own pace, without obligation, all Smart Flouss services are offered free of charge until the end of 2020.

From January 1, 2021, only transfers to a colleague payment account and the withdrawal of money will be chargeable up to 1.5% of the amount of the transaction.

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