I have lived in UK a few years now and NEVER has my bank ever charged me one penny for bank transfer. NEVER. NOT ONCE.
I’m sorry. But that 52 naira 50kobo that Nigerian banks deduct per transaction, what exactly is it for?
Why is no one speaking out against this blatant fraud?
Another is the fraudulent “Card Maintenance Fees” by Nigerian banks. Please how are you maintaining a card that is in my wallet?
I have about 3-4 UK Bank Cards. Both credit and debit cards and l have NEVER paid any such thing as a “Card Maintenance Fee”.
The Nigerian Banking Sector is an unfortunately over-bloated industry that thrives on systemically entrenched policies that terribly defrauds Nigerians and lives on cheating the average citizen of the hard earned money that is entrusted in their care to help save and invest.
You want to send money to someone from your Nigerian bank account and you first have to plan an extra 52 naira 50kobo.
Money that is electronically sent from one Nigerian bank account to another Nigerian bank account
What exactly is the charges for?
Why is this fraud tolerated?
Someone said the charges go to NIPOST. I want to believe it is mere trolling as it makes absolutely no sense.
Please, How is Nipost involved in an ELECTRONIC money transfer?
Did I put the money in an envelope and post it? Or what?
We deserve better.
This is systemic cruelty.
When I applied for ATM Cards in UK (both debit and credit), I was NEVER charged a penny.
The card is given free.
And “maintenance”, if there’s any such thing, is done free.
IF we never get the chance to see how things happen in other places, we won’t know we are being cheated.
When I applied for an ATM Card in Nigeria, I was charged 1,000 naira to have one.
And I’m being charged some extra regularly in the pretence of an imaginary “Card Maintenance Fees”.
This is systemic corruption and a fundamental banking fraud aimed at impoverishing Nigerians.
Let’s do a little maths, dear friends.
According to NIBSS, as at December 2017, there was almost 65,000 daily Electronic Fund Transfers in 2017.
At 52.50 naira per transaction, that’s over 3 million naira a day.
And about 1 billion naira a year.
Should this fraud continue?’
Please don’t keep quiet and share this to others…
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