I have always been a fan of competitive markets where no individual corporation has a monopoly over the market. Competition is a control driver of performance and innovations. It enables us to choose from an array of excellent products at affordable prices.
The IT industry has highly revolutionized the way we buy and sell as most transactions are now online, but here in Nigeria, there are few online payment platforms and most people are not aware of them, so I want to expose a few of them to you other than Paypal.
This was created to make online cross-currency payments and transactions safer, cheaper and more accessible for businesses, traders and consumers internationally. Voguepay provides a current way for customers to shop easily on the internet while also providing the innovative solution that small businesses in Nigeria can rely on to receive online payments in Nigeria.
Voguepay accepts payment across major cardholders in Nigeria namely Verve, Visa, MasterCard, eTranzact and Interswitch.
This is a free online payment system for international money transfer from any company in the world quickly, securely and at a low cost.
It is mostly suitable for individuals who work for companies internationally and need to be paid online. Payoneer gives you a personal prepaid MasterCard in 30days or less and also gives its customers a free US bank account to receive payment as any regular bank account owner. With Payoneer, businesses and professionals can now pay and get paid globally as easily as if it were local.
This enables a cashless society and increases financial access even to the unbanked. It gives you access to cash anywhere, anytime. With Paga, you can top-up airtime, make bills or retail payments and send money to anyone using your phone, internet connected device or any Paga agent.
It’s time to give them a try.