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|What Nigerian Banks Do You Use And What Are Their Key Strengths? by Nobody: 7:46pm On Aug 24, 2021|
Since 2008, a lot of reforms have been made in the Nigerian financial sector. Has it been helpful to you in any way?
So what banks do you have accounts with and why did you chose them? Someone; a student, a civil servant, a freelancer, or a businessman may find a breakthrough from your answer.
GTBANK: Especially for how fast international FX transfers are processed. In my opinion, this bank continues to raise the bank for optimal financial services to businesses/ companies e.g the GTWORLD mobile app is bliss!
ACCESSBANK: Their VISA card brings relative ease when paying for sponsored Ads. GTBANK MasterCards come with a lot of restrictions. I heard UBA debit cards work perfect as well.
ECOBANK: Don’t use this bank for anything more than savings; I wouldn’t rate their services as top-notch as there hasn’t been a lot of positive changes. But all in all, their monthly interests on savings is better than have a locally-constructed piggy bank (savings box)
|Re: What Nigerian Banks Do You Use And What Are Their Key Strengths? by Jaydot01: 5:13pm On Sep 01, 2021|
iamadonis22:I use first Bank
FirstBank provides customers with a diverse array of banking products, which include savings accounts, checking accounts, money market accounts, mortgage products and credit cards.
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