At Bankly, we believe customers come first.
Unlike every other banking app, the Bankly app has unique features that enable users to earn as they spend, pay bills and save with their accounts.
The Save2Win jackpot game encourages savings by giving users a chance to win as much as N10,000 cash prize daily.
For every N200 saved, Bankly users get a ticket to play in the jackpot game and compete for the daily cash prize. In addition, savings are intact even if they don’t win the daily prize, and they still get a 12% interest per annum on savings.
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With this feature, Bankly users can pay bills and earn at the same time. For every bill payment made on the Bankly app - electricity, airtime or data – you save up to 2% of the value, which is paid as a commission into your account.
Each user gets a N500 referral bonus for each successful referral who registers on the Bankly App and funds their account with at least N500. By sharing a unique link, the Bankly customer can cash out N5,000 for every 10 successful referrals.
Every user gets a virtual account that is created automatically upon sign up, which is used to receive money.
Users can send money to any bank account in Nigeria with their virtual accounts seamlessly, and funds sent are received by recipients in less than 30secs. The transfer feature also gives users the ability to generate receipts for when they need to share proof of payment.
Savings and Investments
With the savings feature, Bankly users earn as much as 12% per annum. They can set targets, create daily, weekly and monthly saving plans that accrues daily interest over time.
Users can purchase airtime, recharge data, pay electricity bills and subscribe to cable TV including GoTV, DSTV and Startimes.
On the first day of every month, users are sent bank statements that can be used to track their financial habits. They are also able to request an account statement for specific periods, which can be sent to embassies for immigration purposes, potential employers or any other purpose unique to the user.
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