Nigerian Banks That Issue Verve Cards.
Bank Cards has evolved over the years in Nigeria and the use of these cards is becoming increasing important in today’s businesses, for online real-time access to your account. One of these cards is the Verve Card. It is a chip+pin enabled multipurpose payment card that is issued by most Nigerian banks. It is powered by InterSwitch.
Verve cards are of different types:
- Verve Debit Card. The Verve debit card is the one linked to your savings or current account by your bank. Others are
- Verve PrePaid, and
- Verve Payday
The Verve Card can be used in all channels, including ATMs, mobile, POS, Web, and kiosk and locations with logos bearing: Verve, InterSwitch, Quickteller, Reward. Buying and paying for items online could be done with the Verve Card. You can even do bank to bank transfer using Verve Cards through the Quickteller app.
Who Issues Verve Cards?
Banks in Nigeria issues you with a verve card. According to source, Presently, many Nigerian Banks give this card and they include:
- Access Bank Plc
- Ecobank Plc
- FCMB Plc
- Fidelity Bank Plc
- First Bank Plc
- Heritage Bank Plc
- Jaiz Bank Plc
- Keystone Bank Plc
- Skye Bank Plc
- Sterling Bank Plc
- UBA Plc
- Unity Bank Plc
- Wema Bank Plc
- Zenith Bank Plc
So, should you need a Verve Debit Card, just get to your bank and request for it. It may take like 5 working days to be ready for collection by you. Anyways, your bank will notify you via SMS that your card is ready for collection. As soon you receive your card, activate it by changing the PIN at the ATM.
And fiam….., your card is good to go, for your payments and other transactions online.
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Is this listing missing any Bank, especially the ones that issue Verve Card to their customers? Have you got something to share with us about the Verve Card for payments? Post in the comments. Cheers!