Forsa, iHelp Network cooperate to provide financing services for people of special needs and the elderly

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Drive Finance, owner of the mobile application Forsa and the financing arm of GB Auto, signed a cooperation protocol with iHelp Network — The first digital platform to support people of special needs and the elderly.

The agreement was signed by Ahmed Osama, Managing Director of Drive Finance; Rasha Erenst, Founder of the iHelp Network; and Walid Al-Sabbagh, Co-Founder and Business Developer of iHelp.

“We are pleased to partner with iHelp, the leading service provider for people with special needs and the elderly. Our agreement includes the beneficiaries’ access to non-bank financial benefits and services to facilitate the purchase of prosthetic limbs and a wide variety of other services offered from iHelp, along with payment through Forsa in convenient instalments over the longest repayment period,” Osama said.

Furthermore, Erenst commented: “it is a huge step that will support people of special needs and expand our facilitation and financial support services to more customers. Moreover, this will steer us to our target, which is supporting people with special needs to achieve more independence in their life and improve their overall lifestyle.”

“This comes in the light of Forsa’s extensive strategy to integrate people with special needs into its customer base, alleviate the financial burden, and remove any difficulties they may encounter when they purchase prosthetic limbs or otherwise.”

This cooperation comes as part of Forsa’s considerable plan to expand the scope of its services and not be limited to products and goods, but also extend to further services in all educational, health, sports, and other sectors by providing a wide variety of financing options.

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