Pay Dubai Police fines at over 200 Zoom outlets

Top officials of Wall Street and Enoc sign agreement for Dubai Police fine payment at over 200 Zoom outlets in Dubai.

Staff Report

Dubai – UAE residents can now pay their Dubai Police traffic fines at over 200 ZOOM outlets equipped with Wall Street Exchange fine collection system.
The service became available following the agreement signing between Wall Street Exchange, which was appointed by the Dubai Police to collect fines, and Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC). With this, UAE residents can conveniently pay their fines in ZOOM outlets located in ENOC’s network of 115 service stations, as well as 41 ZOOM Dubai Metro and 54 ZOOM standalone outlets.
The agreement was signed by Sultan Al Mahmoud, Acting Managing Director of Wall Street Exchange; and Zaid Alqufaidi, Managing Director of ENOC Retail; in the presence of Brigadier Naeem Mohammed Alkhatib, Director of Revenue and Treasure Department, Dubai Police; First Lieutenant Hussain Ali AlAbdouli, Head of Fines Collection Section, Dubai Police; and other officials.
Sultan Al Mahmoud, Acting Managing Director at Wall Street Exchange, said: “By providing residents the convenience to pay their fines across more than 200 locations, in addition to Wall Street Exchange branches, we aim to contribute to the vision of Dubai’s leadership to ensure happiness of all residents. This agreement reflects Wall Street Exchange’s commitment to excellence and our focus on offering innovative and smart solutions that enhance customer experience.”
Commenting on the agreement, Saif Humaid Al Falasi, Chief Executive Officer, ENOC Group, said: “We continuously look for ways to further facilitate and enhance our customers’ experience. With the digitisation of retail offerings, our partnership with Wall Street Exchange will enable us to collectively expand our portfolio of products and services through utilising Wall Street Exchange’s superior financial system. This will undoubtedly add to the convenience of UAE’s residents when it comes to paying their fines.”
Brigadier Naeem Mohammed Alkhatib, Director of Revenue and Treasure Department, Dubai Police, said: “The Wall Street Exchange system has been reliable and, through this partnership, the fine payment service is now available across hundreds of additional locations. This makes it easy for residents to make timely payment of their fines in a convenient manner. Dubai Police is committed to serving residents in a friendly way and this agreement helps us achieve this objective.”
Wall Street Exchange, UAE’s leading comprehensive money exchange service provider and a member of Emirates Post Group, offers the convenience of payment of traffic fines across all its branches. This payment facility was earlier made available at any of Wall Street Exchange’s 35 branches in the UAE for a minimal transaction fee, irrespective of the number of fines paid. In order to make it easier and simpler for UAE residents, Wall Street Exchange continuously partners with reputed establishments and service institutions to provide the same fine payment platform.