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Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Adesiji77: 6:52am On Jan 16, 2016
Banks have come out to clarify the concerns of customers regarding transfers of cash deposits of foreign currencies.

Got email from Wema Bank, also GTB.

See screenshots below

Cc: lalasticlala, dominique, Mynd44, Seun

Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by psucc(m): 7:00am On Jan 16, 2016
Policy somersault. Today this tomorrow that.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by securi: 7:15am On Jan 16, 2016
psucc:
Policy somersault. Today this tomorrow that.
It's well.Everything keep changing. It's a change era

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Blackkie: 7:55am On Jan 16, 2016
CBN must have learnt few lessons in the last few days.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by erico2k2(m): 8:02am On Jan 16, 2016
E nor go work no one is putting thier forex into any Nigerian Bank.stories for the gods.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by kennyman2000(m): 8:02am On Jan 16, 2016
This change just dey flunctuate when it comes to our monetary policy.. Its well sha..

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by docus: 11:09am On Jan 16, 2016
does it also mean u can withdraw the dollar?

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by hamaworld(m): 5:16pm On Jan 16, 2016
Wetyn kwasign me

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Hygist: 5:19pm On Jan 16, 2016
Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Djicemob: 5:19pm On Jan 16, 2016
Buhari nepa government undecided

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by oostin: 5:20pm On Jan 16, 2016
cool shocked cheesy cheesy Nigeria na my country I must to do better for am lol cheesy

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by angelo5uk(m): 5:20pm On Jan 16, 2016
It doesn't stop naira from crashing any further in the black market.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by smartdude1(m): 5:20pm On Jan 16, 2016
What is the use??...when 1 doller to naira is 302....where will u get the dollars from

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Nobody: 5:22pm On Jan 16, 2016
Sorry for nigeria!!!

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by steffans(m): 5:22pm On Jan 16, 2016
Deposit or transfer?

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by goodmorning40: 5:22pm On Jan 16, 2016
confused bunch

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Truckpusher(m): 5:22pm On Jan 16, 2016
When we said that Buhari is super clueless they called us wailers .

I guess our wailing makes a lot of sense now.

Buhariconomics , economics for zombies by the zombies .

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by meforyou1(m): 5:23pm On Jan 16, 2016
Whichever Mod that put this thread on front page, I doff my hat to you for your partiality.
I created a similar thread long ago https://www.nairaland.com/2860652/resumption-foreign-currency-cash-deposits but it was thrown into nairaland black book. Just because I am not a member of nairaland's permanent political establishment.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by oooopss(m): 5:24pm On Jan 16, 2016
Does that mean tuition for students can be paid now?

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by datola: 5:30pm On Jan 16, 2016
Truckpusher:
When we said that Buhari is super clueless they called us wailers .

I guess our wailing makes a lot of sense now.

Buhariconomics , economics for zombies by the zombies .

Buhari what? Na wa o for you people. These policies are that of the CBN whose head was appointed not by Buhari.

Every Truckpusher is an economist in the social media Nigeria.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by bigtt76(f): 5:34pm On Jan 16, 2016
All of these does not stop my insistence for his removal. He's just clueless. Imagine even the banks could not decipher that when a customer makes deposit of forex, they would want to transfer same. It just means the man cannot deliver a meaningful message or instructions to the bank. They all had to wait almost a week before realizing that transfers are to be allowed #UselessPeopo

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Pidggin(f): 5:36pm On Jan 16, 2016
Clueless lot, how can we move forward when they keep doing trial and error

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Nobody: 5:36pm On Jan 16, 2016
A Confused Administration

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Adesiji77: 5:37pm On Jan 16, 2016
bigtt76:
All of these does not stop my insistence for his removal. He's just clueless. Imagine even the banks could not decipher that when a customer makes deposit of forex, they would want to transfer same. It just means the man cannot deliver a meaningful message or instructions to the bank. They all had to wait almost a week before realizing that transfers are to be allowed #UselessPeopo

cheesy grin
Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by miqos02(m): 5:37pm On Jan 16, 2016
good
Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Nobody: 5:39pm On Jan 16, 2016
bigtt76:
All of these does not stop my insistence for his removal. He's just clueless. Imagine even the banks could not decipher that when a customer makes deposit of forex, they would want to transfer same. It just means the man cannot deliver a meaningful message or instructions to the bank. They all had to wait almost a week before realizing that transfers are to be allowed #UselessPeopo
don't mind him
Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by sankky: 5:44pm On Jan 16, 2016
A policy that has already ruined the economy and also caused shortage of liquidity for which they blamed GEJ instead of cancelling the policy.
Anyway, its only because they calculated that most Nigerians are fools who will buy that cheap excuse and they were right.
Now that the dollar is N305, and the few Nigerians who see beyond their lies and deceit have shouted themselves hoarse, they want to reverse the stupid policy.
WHAT I DONT KNOW IS WHETHER THIS LATE REPENTANCE BY THESE UNREPENTANT LIARS WILL SAVE THIS ECONOMY NOW.

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by miqos02(m): 5:47pm On Jan 16, 2016
meforyou1:
Whichever Mod that put this thread on front page, I doff my hat to you for your partiality.
I created a similar thread long ago https://www.nairaland.com/2860652/resumption-foreign-currency-cash-deposits but it was thrown into nairaland black book. Just because I am not a member of nairaland' permanent political establishment.
na normal things for here

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Adesiji77: 5:50pm On Jan 16, 2016
meforyou1:
Whichever Mod that put this thread on front page, I doff my hat to you for your partiality.
I created a similar thread long ago https://www.nairaland.com/2860652/resumption-foreign-currency-cash-deposits but it was thrown into nairaland black book. Just because I am not a member of nairaland' permanent political establishment.

Bro, without holding brief for the mods, this thread is about resumption of TRANSFERS for foreign currency (FX) cash deposits not just RESUMPTION of FX cash deposits.

There were a 1,001 topics on the latter. You can try to mention one of the mods next time, especially if your thread appears first. I am sure the mods are not omnipresent.

NB: I am neither aware nor a member of the so-called Nairaland "permanent political establishment".

Cc: lalasticlala, Mynd44, Seun

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Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by Btruth: 5:57pm On Jan 16, 2016
Thank goodness, our offshore business can now resume.
Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by meforyou1(m): 6:01pm On Jan 16, 2016
Adesiji77:


Bro, without holding brief for the mods, this thread is about resumption of TRANSFERS for foreign currency (FX) cash deposits not just RESUMPTION of FX cash deposits.

There were a 1,001 topics on the latter. You can try to mention one of the mods next time, especially if your thread appears first. I am sure the mods are not omnipresent.

NB: I am neither aware nor a member of the so-called Nairaland "permanent political establishment".

Cc: lalasticlala, Mynd44, Seun
I mentioned obinoscopy and lalasticlala. That's why I said a similar topic. The FX deposit resumption policy came into effect before the FX transfer, but no thread created concerning it made front page.
No worries though. I'm not bothered one bit
Re: Banks Resume Transfers For FX Cash Deposits (screenshots) by GenBuhari(m): 6:16pm On Jan 16, 2016
Crude oil is selling $29 per barrel.

GEJ could not even pay salaries when it was $70 per barrel.

Thank God for Buhari , if PDP was still in power can you imagine the chaos?

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