In today’s busy world, we all know how important it is to send money quickly and easily.
That’s where Tahweel Al Rajhi comes to the rescue, making your life a whole lot simpler.
It is like a special section of Al Rajhi Bank.
It helps people send money to their loved ones in other countries without those tedious branch visits.
It’s all about convenience and peace of mind when you’re handling your finances with Tahweel Al Rajhi.
So, let me guide you through the two fantastic options Tahweel Al Rajhi offers to add and manage beneficiaries: Phone Banking and the Mobile App.
Add a Beneficiary Through Phone Banking
- Give Tahweel Al Rajhi’s Helpline a ring at 800 119 0088.
- To add a beneficiary, press 1 and go for “Tahweel and payroll card services.”
- They’ll ask for your IVR Pin – a four-digit code you set up when you registered for phone banking.
- Once your IVR Pin is in, dial 5 to manage your beneficiaries.
- When connected with the representative, let them know that you want to add a beneficiary to your account.
To add a beneficiary successfully, you’ll need to give the following info:
- Full name of the beneficiary, exactly as it’s written on their ID card.
- Beneficiary’s phone number.
- Beneficiary’s bank name, account number, branch code, and the city where the account is registered.
- If you prefer to send money using their name, don’t forget to provide the bank name and the beneficiary’s mobile number.
The representative will double-check the details you’ve provided.
Once everything is verified and accurate, your new beneficiary will be added to your account.
After successfully adding the beneficiary, Tahweel Al Rajhi will send you a confirmation message.
Add a Beneficiary Through Tahweel Al Rajhi Mobile App
- Download the Tahweel Al Rajhi mobile application on your mobile.
- Provide your username and password, and then click the “Login” button.
- In the password field, enter the One-Time Password (OTP) sent to your registered mobile number by the bank.
- Click on “Transfers” option located at the bottom of the screen.
- Now, look for the three dots at the bottom right corner and click on them. You will find the “Add New Beneficiary” option, click on it.
- Then Select “International Transfer to Bank.”
- Now, under the “Category” section, choose “Individual” and proceed to enter the necessary beneficiary details:
-Country of the beneficiary.
-Select between SWIFT or IFSC, and input your bank’s SWIFT code.
-Once the code is entered, your bank name and branch name will be displayed.
-Add the currency of the beneficiary’s country.
- Select the “Transfer Type,” click “Ok” and select “Next.”
- On the subsequent screen, you’ll be prompted to provide the beneficiary’s details including their: Account number, first name, family name, nationality, and bank region.
- After filling in the information, click “Save.”
Review the beneficiary’s details, and if you spot any errors, scroll down to find the “Edit” option. If everything is accurate, click “Save.”
- The application will request the OTP sent by the bank to your registered number.
- Once you enter the OTP, the beneficiary will be successfully added.
- To activate the beneficiary, you will be presented with a “Call Back” option.
- By clicking on it, you will receive a call from Tahweel Al Rajhi IVR team.
- Another OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number via SMS.
- Enter your code and you’re done.
Your beneficiary is now activated and ready for use.
Where to Verify Your Added Beneficiary?
- Click on the “Transfers” option within the mobile app.
- In the “Transfers” section, select “International Transfer to Bank” as your transfer type.
- Look for the option “Choose Your Beneficiary.” Click on this choice.
- In this section, you will find the beneficiary you have recently added.
- This is where you can verify the details and confirm that your new beneficiary has been successfully added to your account.
The Bottom Line
So this is how you can add a beneficiary to your Tahweel Al Rajhi account.
This modern and user-friendly approach means you don’t have to waste your time at the bank.
It’s a game-changer for expatriates and anyone looking for an easy way to handle their financial transactions.