The Bank of Moscow is now offering its customers a new service that allows them to pay State Traffic Safety Inspectorate fines through internet banking.
To search and pay for the fines, customers using the service can indicate the number and date of the STSI action. The service's fee is 0.5 percent of the amount.
The details of the payment are immediately submitted to the information system of the Federal Treasury of the Russian Federation as well as the database of the STSI HQ of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia.
The service of STSI fines payment is currently only available to those living in Moscow and the surrounding area.
"We are striving to be better for our clients, which is why the service of the web-banking system has become still more convenient and friendly," Ivan Pyatkov, the director of the department of distant services and sales, said.
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