We ask the branches to check, so that no one feels that they are not informed, feel they are not informed, or maybe they are old
Jakarta (Armfalcon.com) – PT Bank Syariah Indonesia Tbk (BSI) said that it will complete the payment of the remaining 2023 haj pilgrimage fees today, Friday (12/5), according to the time set by the Ministry of Religion.
Of the quota of 161,544 prospective pilgrims who pay fees via BSI, as many as 95 percent or 153,472 prospective pilgrims have paid it off.
Director of Sales & Distribution of BSI Anton Sukarna in Jakarta, Friday, said that there are currently around 8,000 prospective pilgrims who have not paid their haj fees through BSI.
His party has instructed each branch to go down to the field and pick up the ball so that all prospective pilgrims can pay off the 2023 haj expenses.
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“We will ensure the quota of 8,000 pilgrims. We ask the branches to check, so that no one feels that they are not informed, feel they are not informed, or maybe they are old,” said Anton.
Prospective pilgrims who are old are also ensured to get the right information.
He said that as many as 153,472 prospective pilgrims who had paid the expenses of the pilgrimage consisted of 142,625 prospective regular pilgrims and 10,847 prospective prospective pilgrims.
Anton stated that the restoration of BSI services would make it easier for prospective pilgrims to pay off the Hajj fees.
Currently there are 2 ways that can be done to pay off Hajj fees through BSI, namely through branches and mobile banking.
“Currently, around 30 percent of the payment of Hajj fees has gone through BSI Mobile and this figure has increased from last year, which was around 10 percent. Indeed, 70 percent are still going through branches, this is understandable because most of the prospective pilgrims are elderly and not familiar with BSI Mobile,” said Anton.
Previously, the Ministry of Religion extended the payment period for regular Hajj fees until May 12.
This adjustment is the Ministry of Religion’s response to the problems that befell BSI so that customers cannot pay their hajj funds.
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Reporter: Sanya Dinda Susanti
Editor: Ahmad Wijaya
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