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Middle East Payment Services Provides Ministry of Justice with Secure Cashless Payment Services

Amman, September 2014 - Middle East Payment Services (MEPS) - a leading, innovative payment services provider in the Levant - has signed an agreement with the Jordanian Ministry of Justice. The agreement will enable the Ministry to offer citizens secure, convenient and user-friendly MasterCard payment services.    The agreement was inked by the Ministry of Justice Secretary General, Judge Ahmed Jamaliyeh, on behalf of the Minister of Justice Dr. Bassam Al Talhouni, and MEPS Chairman Dr. Abdul Malik Jaber.   By virtue of the agreement, MEPS will initially set up point-of-sale (POS) devices at the Palace of Justice, followed by additional installations at all courtrooms in the near future. Furthermore, MEPS will provide around-the-clock technical support, ongoing monitoring security services and credit card authorization.   “We are proud to feature the Ministry of Justice within our growing network of customers who are benefiting from our MasterCard payment services. We hope that this agreement marks the beginning of new partnerships with other governmental institutions, and further builds on the series of collaborations MEPS has recently established with several national organizations. This step is closely aligned with our commitment to delivering secure, convenient payment services to our customers via our integrated, multi-card POS devices,” stated Dr. Jaber.   In turn, Judge Jamaliyeh commented, “We are pleased to have signed this agreement, which we are confident will facilitate citizens’ court procedures and payments, as well as save both time and effort. MEPS is regarded as a pioneer in the field of payment services across the region, and we fully trust the quality of services it offers.”

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Ameer Ben Malek, Jordan