Fees and Charges

It’s free to use some of our services including Mobile Money between friends and family in Nigeria, as long as no currency conversion is involved.

We are working closely with our Partners to bring you reliable payment solutions in such a way that consumers get a cheaper service delivery with minimum service fees and cost-effective in order to satisfy out client’s basic needs.

We are also working to build a reputation as one of the most straightforward and reliable payment facilitators who values long-term business partnerships much more than just a profit. Depending on your transaction type and volume, we can offer you the most affordable service within your best interest.

Mobile Money, Money Transfer and Receiving Cashback.

Mobile money to and from friends and family:
Free when funded by the sender via direct deposit or bank transfer (maximum receiving amount apply). If the amount exceeded maximum limit, a fee of 0.5% + N200 applies. *

Cashback using a Nigeria debit card that is domicile in Nigerian Naira:
A small fee applies to Cashback payments, depending on the amount and how the payment is to be made. Fees may vary according to the Express Shop location and the Cashback amount.

The maximum Cashback amount at our Express shops and partnered retail outlets is N10,000.00 per transaction which attract a Cashback fee of N100. Cashbackers can withdraw up to N100,000.00 from our terminals per day. Handling charges apply to Cashbackers who wishes to withdraw more than 100,000.00.

Money Transfer within Nigerian banks in Nigerian Naira:
A fee of N200 applies for money transfers (maximum sending amount apply). If the amount exceeded maximum limit, a fee of 0.5% + N200 applies.

 

Receiving money from friends and family within Nigeria in Nigerian Naira:
Free when funded by the sender via direct deposit or bank transfer (maximum receiving amount apply). If the amount exceeded maximum limit, a fee of 0.5% + N200 applies. *

Receiving and sending money from friends and family via e-wallets:
Depending on the platform, fees may be applied to both receiving and sending. However, internal transfers for platforms such Google Wallet, Paypal, OKPay, Payza are free.

*  All deposits in to our bank accounts in Nigeria attract a 50 CBN stamp duty charge.