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PROMOTED: Zenith Bank begins Verve Card issuance to customers

PROMOTED: Zenith Bank begins Verve Card issuance to customers
April 27
11:30 2018
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Zenith Bank has now become a major issuer of Verve cards and has commenced distribution to its customers nationwide. This development is expected to help Zenith bank customers gain access to the numerous benefits of being a verve cardholder.

Being the biggest payment card brand in Nigeria, Verve International has created a myriad of opportunities for cardholders from which Zenith bank customers can now benefit. These include: discounts across merchant stores nationwide, acceptance in many other African countries and a two-factor authentication system that guarantees maximum security for cardholders.

The card which has been praised by many cardholders as the most rewarding way to make payment and the key to African exchange is without doubt living up to its name. It would be recalled that Verve recently announced a discount of N500 for cardholders on every movie ticket bought with a Verve card at Genesis, Filmhouse and Silverbird Cinemas in Lagos till the end of February. This is just one of the many benefits that Zenith bank customers will begin to enjoy.

Commenting on the new partnership between Verve and Zenith bank, The CEO, Verve International, Mike Ogbalu stated that: “It is another milestone in expanding our services to the community and we are happy to be identified with Zenith Bank and its customers. The goal is to ensure that a significant number of customers continuously benefit from using our cards and as such, partnerships like this are a critical part of our business goals.”

Founded in 2009 and known for pushing the bounds of innovation as seen with the launch of  Paycode – a revolutionary solution that allows for cardless transactions at ATM and POS terminals. Verve remains the biggest payment card brand in the country and has rapidly penetrated across the African continent. Notably, 40 banks in Africa, with more than 30 million payment tokens in circulation.

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