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For Online shoppers, the major questions that always come to mind is how do I pay for my products in USD ? Normally we try to pay online for our services, you have to pass through the tussle of restriction imposed by CBN on your Mastercard credit card.
I’ve been paying with dollar based credit card attached to a domiciliary account, but today we got a solution as you don’t need a dom bank account in paying online as you can do almost all your payments with the aid of Barter Virtual Mastercard.
Currently, we’ve successfully and satisfactory tried their virtual card to pay for a domain name on godaddy, also the exchange rate to Naira equivalent is a slightly high compared to others which is clearly displayed on your dashboard and the best part with the card, is that you can create and fund your account within 5min of account creation.
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Barter virtual MasterCard is powered by the Flutterwave platform and is dollar-denominated that can be easily funded with Naira, Ghanaian Cedis, Kenyan Shillings, and of course, USD.
As far as I know, none of these policy of the CBN including account spending limits does not apply to this card, so long you have cash in Naira account, you can always use it to fund your virtual barter card.
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How to Create and Fund Free Barter Virtual Master Card
- Go to www.getbarter.co and sign up
- Confirmation code will be sent to your email or phone via sms
- Activate your account with the code sent to your mail or sms
it will take you to your wallet, choose “NGN” and fund your wallet with any of the available options
I funded my account with my Zenith Master card without any hazzle in seconds
- Once your account is funded, click on “+virtual card” as seen on your dashboard
- Give your card a name and enter the amount you want to fund your card with from your wallet and hit the create card… You are good to go.
What do you think?