Bank Alfalah has partnered with the Pakistan Freelancers Association (PAFLA) to help freelancers with digital payments and collections. Through integration with Alfa Payment Gateway, PAFLA will gain the ability to enable freelancers to sell services globally. Through the support of Bank Alfalah’s strong and reliable infrastructure, this platform will enable robust digital payments and collection mechanisms.
Freelancers make significant contributions to Pakistan’s economy and aid in the development of the country’s progressive image. The Alfa Payment Gateway offers notable features to freelancers such as instant and digital onboarding, no setup, annual, or maintenance fee, freelancer digital accounts, and a pay-by-link facility, which will be extremely useful to individuals offering their services to clients online. Bank Alfalah Freelancers Digital Current Account will be a completely digital account that can be opened through the Bank Alfalah Mobile App and will not require any branch visits.
Alfa Payment Gateway is a one-of-a-kind product that will now provide freelancers looking to go online with an avenue to work efficiently with international clients and collect payments seamlessly. Bank Alfalah and PAFLA will collaborate to create distinct opportunities for freelancers who bring valuable foreign exchange to Pakistan. The collaboration is intended to provide solutions that allow freelancers to process and collect payments from their customers in a simple, secure, and cost-effective manner using a variety of payment methods such as credit/debit cards, bank accounts, and Wallets.
Yahya Khan, Group Head – Digital Banking Group, was pleased to commemorate this partnership and stated, “Bank Alfalah is empowering freelancers to grow and prosper through its diverse and ever-evolving services portfolio.” This collaboration is another step toward our goal of providing seamless services and solutions to customers in an efficient manner. It demonstrates our dedication to the Freelancers’ community, and we hope to contribute to the growth of Pakistan’s economy and future.”