Fund Your Payalat Wallet With Bank Transfer August 26, 2020 News No Comments The Payalat Bank Transfer is a new and easy way to fund your Wallet from any bank account. It’s fast and reliable, ensuring you don’t have to worry about putting money in your wallet to perform transactions. There are two ways to fund your Payalat Wallet, through: Card Bank Transfer But in today’s article, I will be talking about how to Fund your wallet using the Bank Transfer. Read Also: Payalat Mobile App is Ready to Download! How does it work? Open Your Payalat App and click on Fund Put in the amount you which to fund your Payalat Wallet Then, You need to confirm your Wallet Top-Up Sending From; Card Bank Transfer Click on Bank Transfer The app will create a receipt for you with The Amount Bank Name Account number Account Name which is your Payalat Name and then you can now transfer from your bank to your wallet. With this account number, you can fund your wallet from your Bank account using a bank transfer or USSD option and selecting Rubies under the Bank name. Money sent through this medium reflects immediately in your wallet! Download Payalat On Play Store Paul Fakayejo bank transfer, payalat Request a free consultation We provide end to end payment solutions. Contact Us More from our blog See all posts Benefits Of Gift Cards In Nigeria In Nigeria, many banks have reduced the dollar spending limit as forex… Continue reading Nigeria Federal Government Set to Regulate Trading in Digital Assets Trading in digital currencies in Nigeria will come under regulation to make… Continue reading GiftOga: Gift Card Payment Solution In Nigeria A lot of people, brands, companies find gifting a task! First, they… Continue reading Agency Banking In Nigeria According to a report by the World Bank, around 1.7 billion adults in the… Continue reading Payalat Mobile App is Ready to Download! Finally, the waiting is over. Payalat Mobile App is now ready for… Continue reading Global companies are buying Bitcoins to hedge against inflation The most valuable and widely used crypto-asset, Bitcoin, is now the most… Continue reading Access Bank acquires Zambian Cavmont Bank Ltd Access Bank Zambia, a subsidiary of Nigeria’s Access Bank Plc, has reached… Continue reading The Reason Why Shoprite is “exiting” Nigeria Africa’s largest retail chain, Shoprite, announced on Monday that it is considering… Continue reading Prev. Post All Posts Next Post Total: 0 0 0 0 0 0 No Comments Recent Posts Benefits Of Gift Cards In Nigeria September 17, 2020 Nigeria Federal Government Set to Regulate Trading in Digital Assets September 15, 2020 GiftOga: Gift Card Payment Solution In Nigeria September 9, 2020 All Website Tagsagency banking algorithms anchor text art back-links bill paymet branding cashless cashless policy cbn Chris Ife content coronavirus corporate corporate messaging credibility dream-theme emphasis evolution fast track banking flat globasure globasure mobile money globasure smart roaming GlosoftPOS GlosoftPOS on PAX google apps GROAM GROAM deployed in Unity Bank gtbank ingenico keywords life linking strategy links loyalty mobile money nibss payalat roaming SIM seo strategy ServPoint stamp duty themeforest wordpress Leave a Comment cancel Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.