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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by kristien4: 11:00am On Feb 10
OgogoroFreak:
Why not access bank's hida?
what's the interest rate on access banks hida?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 11:46am On Feb 10
rexericx:
Guys be smart, go for GTBank target account, it's 4.5℅, u get interest monthly, u can create d GTBank target account by yourself If you av Internet banking and a token. Once u create it, move any amount you like to d account. U can withdraw Your money anytime,. Create d account for a year.

If you don't av Internet banking with GTBank, den meet customer care to create it for u .

Let's be enjoying d GTBank 4.5℅ rate while we wait for treasure bill.
How do I create the GTB Target account?

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 12:32pm On Feb 10
crowntoro:
How do I create the GTB Target account?

The ROI is too low at that rate when Ziing offers 10% on target account.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by doublestar21(m): 6:22pm On Feb 10
kristien4:
what's the interest rate on access banks hida?

I am not advising anybody for that . That hida account came from diamond bank, those people are criminal. The interest is not fixed. Sometimes they will give you 271 naira as monthly intrest and when you inquire from them they will tell you it is dependent on the return of investment.

Secondly, if you withdrawl all you have from the account, they will keep debiting your account #500 naira monthly so by four months, they have debited 200 naira from your account. So ask for terms and conditions before venturing to this rubbish. I regreted ever opening that hida account

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by doublestar21(m): 6:32pm On Feb 10
Dsticks47:


The ROI is too low at that rate when Ziing offers 10% on target account.

Which one is ziing
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 8:03pm On Feb 10
Dsticks47:


The ROI is too low at that rate when Ziing offers 10% on target account.
how do I go about that? Tell me the process or processes involved
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 8:29pm On Feb 10
crowntoro:
how do I go about that? Tell me the process or processes involved

A brief detail about ZIING

All you just need is to sign up and start funding
, there are various products e.g ZSAVE and Zplan...
Zsave, enble you to save,use your money to make payment for bills.....instant withdrawal and you get 6% interest on Zsave .....per annum

From the app, you will add your card details and bank details
On Zsave, you will see options.......fund.....or withdraw...... Easily

Zplan enable you to set a goal,target amount, you can do monthly saving, the period....start month and when you want to end the saving.....on the ZplaN the app debit you automatically

ZIING is user friendly

You get 10% interest per annum on Zplan, interest is paid at the due date plus the total contribution


For more info check my signature
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 8:58pm On Feb 10
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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Grupo(m): 9:33pm On Feb 10
Which one be zinc again?

I pity people that will lose their money to all these schemes sha.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by freeman67: 10:01pm On Feb 10
Grupo:
Which one be zinc again?

I pity people that will lose their money to all these schemes sha.

Na mobile app from investment one.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Double194(m): 10:19pm On Feb 10
No be only Investment one na Investment five and half.

Thief people wey no dey reply email once your money don enter.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by igbizen(m): 12:24am On Feb 11
Double194:
No be only Investment one na Investment five and half.

Thief people wey no dey reply email once your money don enter.
Lol grin grin grin
The song is getting louder... people’s money are singing “ this world is not my own...” embarassed

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by dipoolowoo: 5:03am On Feb 11
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 5:05am On Feb 11
Dsticks47:


A brief detail about ZIING

All you just need is to sign up and start funding
, there are various products e.g ZSAVE and Zplan...
Zsave, enble you to save,use your money to make payment for bills.....instant withdrawal and you get 6% interest on Zsave .....per annum

From the app, you will add your card details and bank details
On Zsave, you will see options.......fund.....or withdraw...... Easily

Zplan enable you to set a goal,target amount, you can do monthly saving, the period....start month and when you want to end the saving.....on the ZplaN the app debit you automatically

ZIING is user friendly

You get 10% interest per annum on Zplan, interest is paid at the due date plus the total contribution


For more info check my signature
who knows about this and can vouch for them
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Double194(m): 6:54am On Feb 11
crowntoro:
who knows about this and can vouch for them


Dem no get office oo,

Na online something, incase them no reply your email.

No cry come meet us oo.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 7:31am On Feb 11
Ziing Address.

For more info check my signature.

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by NIGHTLIFE100: 7:31am On Feb 11
Grupo:
Which one be zinc again?

I pity people that will lose their money to all these schemes sha.
I believe all these nonsense is for people investing 1m or less, you can’t expect me to invest 10-15m in schemes like this. I’ll rather leave it in my account or manage Tbills useless rate. The most important thing is the safety of your capital forget interest first

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by juniorrate: 7:35am On Feb 11
rexericx:
Guys be smart, go for GTBank target account, it's 4.5℅, u get interest monthly, u can create d GTBank target account by yourself If you av Internet banking and a token. Once u create it, move any amount you like to d account. U can withdraw Your money anytime,. Create d account for a year.

If you don't av Internet banking with GTBank, den meet customer care to create it for u .

Let's be enjoying d GTBank 4.5℅ rate while we wait for treasure bill.

the 4.5% rate is for per annum right
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 7:39am On Feb 11
NIGHTLIFE100:
I believe all these nonsense is for people investing 1m or less, you can’t expect me to invest 10-15m in schemes like this. I’ll rather leave it in my account or manage Tbills useless rate. The most important thing is the safety of your capital forget interest first

Ziing app is from investment-one.
It’s not a scheme.
And the image should do justice to your comment.

And also a publication from a reputable print medium.
https://punchng.com/investment-one-launches-app-for-investors/amp/

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Grupo(m): 8:11am On Feb 11
NIGHTLIFE100:
I believe all these nonsense is for people investing 1m or less, you can’t expect me to invest 10-15m in schemes like this. I’ll rather leave it in my account or manage Tbills useless rate. The most important thing is the safety of your capital forget interest first

Even me that's investing around 3.5 million can't go for all those schemes o. Can't risk it abeg.

Was at stanbic yesterday, the CS guy was clueless and told me Tbills was no longer open to individuals. Tried to correct the guy, but he was stubborn and clueless.

Transfered all my money to gtbank the same minute.

I have now written a request at gtb. Waiting for Thursday.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 8:33am On Feb 11
Grupo:


Even me that's investing around 3.5 million can't go for all those schemes o. Can't risk it abeg.

Was at stanbic yesterday, the CS guy was clueless and told me Tbills was no longer open to individuals. Tried to correct the guy, but he was stubborn and clueless.

Transfered all my money to gtbank the same minute.

I have now written a request at gtb. Waiting for Thursday.

I suggest you go for money market fund.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by NIGHTLIFE100: 8:43am On Feb 11
Grupo:


Even me that's investing around 3.5 million can't go for all those schemes o. Can't risk it abeg.

Was at stanbic yesterday, the CS guy was clueless and told me Tbills was no longer open to individuals. Tried to correct the guy, but he was stubborn and clueless.

Transfered all my money to gtbank the same minute.

I have now written a request at gtb. Waiting for Thursday.
Exactly! Clueless workers

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by crowntoro(f): 9:34am On Feb 11
Double194:



Dem no get office oo,

Na online something, incase them no reply your email.

No cry come meet us oo.
Okay
Thank you!!!!
I'm a risk averse person so I always do my due diligence very well.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by emmasoft(m): 9:57am On Feb 11
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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Dsticks47: 10:11am On Feb 11
crowntoro:
Okay
Thank you!!!!
I'm a risk averse person so I always do my due diligence very well.

That is their office.
You can go there yourself.

Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by ymdo(m): 11:57am On Feb 11
omakay:


Depends on the broker though.

I use binary.com and withdrawals for me is smooth.

I use local exchangers for my transacts though.

Some brokers require thorough client authentication which some clients do not meet up to.

Bros, please which of the exchangers are you using.
I once deposited with my ATM card only for me to be unable to withdraw my profits because I can't withdraw to my local account. I ended up loosing all the money.

I want to start over but I need your recommendations on the exchanger to use. They are too many
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by omakay(m): 12:04pm On Feb 11
ymdo:


Bros, please which of the exchangers are you using.
I once deposited with my ATM card only for me to be unable to withdraw my profits because I can't withdraw to my local account. I ended up loosing all the money.

I want to start over but I need your recommendations on the exchanger to use. They are too many

etradexchange.net


Your ATM is most probably a Naira Mastercard . It is not a global transaction card. The card is not hooked up to a domiciliary dollar account. You cannot lodge dollar money into a naira account. That is why your withdrawal could not go through.

If you still have the account details of the account where your funds are for withdrawal, reply this msg. I think i have a trick that can pull your funds out.
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by damilola1978: 2:46pm On Feb 11
Please did anyone subscribe to Nigerian Brewies commercial paper?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by ymdo(m): 3:28pm On Feb 11
omakay:


etradexchange.net


Your ATM is most probably a Naira Mastercard . It is not a global transaction card. The card is not hooked up to a domiciliary dollar account. You cannot lodge dollar money into a naira account. That is why your withdrawal could not go through.

If you still have the account details of the account where your funds are for withdrawal, reply this msg. I think i have a trick that can pull your funds out.



Thank you bro. I will take it from here.

I lost the fund already, there is nothing to pull out.

Best regard
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by Phyde: 4:08pm On Feb 11
omakay:


etradexchange.net


Your ATM is most probably a Naira Mastercard . It is not a global transaction card. The card is not hooked up to a domiciliary dollar account. You cannot lodge dollar money into a naira account. That is why your withdrawal could not go through.

If you still have the account details of the account where your funds are for withdrawal, reply this msg. I think i have a trick that can pull your funds out.


I still have fund in my account and I am thinking of using Skrill, Is it advisable in term of charges ?
Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by omakay(m): 5:37pm On Feb 11
ymdo:


Thank you bro. I will take it from here.

I lost the fund already, there is nothing to pull out.

Best regard

Best of luck/strength as you trade again.

The trick was to open a cryptocurrency account in binary.com, fund the account with the least amount allowed and then transfer funds from your dollar (fiat) account to that bitcoin account, then withdraw into your own bitcoin account.

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Re: Treasury Bills In Nigeria by omakay(m): 5:40pm On Feb 11
Phyde:

I still have fund in my account and I am thinking of using Skrill, Is it advisable in term of charges ?

If you did not fund the account with skrill, you cannot withdraw with skrill.

Contact support@binary.com to change your mode of deposit/withdrawal.

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