Thrivesend can, by all right be likened to WhatsApp; it is the WhatsApp of FinTech solution for electronic money transfer services.
The Nigeria-based Thrivesend is a fairly new money transfer service that allows anyone Visa, MasterCard, or Verve card to send money to any Nigerian with a verified bank account. As it works out, you simply go online to their secured website, specify the amount of money you would like to send, enter the payee (receiver of the money) card details and hit send.
Note, you do all that without the need for ever creating a user account and login details. You never have to log in to use the service; just like you never have to log in to WhatsApp to use it.
Thrivesend is not exactly a new money transfer service to roll into the Nigerian market. It has been running for a while now; on a pilot basis. Previously, users could send up to a maximum of ₦10,000, but with the official launch of the service, the cap is now set at ₦100,000. Users pay a flat fee of ₦45 per transaction irrespective of the …read more
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