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Tabung Haji targets 500,000 depositors using THiJARI by year-end

6th October, 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Lembaga Tabung Haji (TH) is targeting the number of depositors using the THiJARI platform to increase to 500,000 by year-end from about 300,000 at present.

Group managing director and chief executive officer, Datuk Nik Mohd Hasyudeen Yusoff said the target would be driven by the launch of the THiJARI smartphone application by TH on Monday.

“The THiJARI app is in line with the current trend of using technology that allows depositors to make online transactions.

“Among the services that can be done through the THiJARI app include checking balance, printing statements, transferring money, checking haj status, and registering for haj pilgrimage,” he told reporters after launching the THiJARI app here on Monday.

Nik Mohd Hasyudeen said the use of online channels was well received by depositors with records showing that 78 per cent of TH transactions were done through the THiJARI portal, ATM and CDM, as well as internet banking of TH strategic partner banks, namely Bank Islam, Bank Rakyat, Maybank and CIMB Islamic.

He said 45 per cent of TH depositors were made up of the younger generation aged 30 and below who were exposed to technological facilities.

Meanwhile, Nik Mohd Hasyudeen said the majority of TH depositors did not face any problems in dealing with TH during the Movement Control Order (PKP) which started in March.

“Since the beginning of the COVID-19 epidemic until now, our deposits have increased in large numbers. In general, the depositors have not encountered any problems, with the exception of some depositors who needed help. “Currently, our deposit has reached RM75 billion, an increase of about RM5 billion during the COVID-19 period or since February until now,” he said. –Bernama

   
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