November 26, 2020 All Things Fintech in Africa

  How to go Cashless with Paga

 For frequent cash users who are more comfortable with the traditional payment systems, going cashless have built up a sort of presumed inconvenience for them.  Either they are too primitive for change or unfamiliar with the concept of ‘cashless policy.’   With the recent coronavirus pandemic plaguing the world, and its level of uncertainty, it’s important to take precautions as not to contract the virus. And going cashless is the way forward during this period.

How Paga has made going Cashless easy?

  • Paga made adjustments to their fees. Reducing cash handling is imperative, to encourage more people to go cashles, they adjusted the fees for instore merchant payment and money transfers. And merchants can receive payments with Paga with zero charges. While customers can transact or send money for free to anyone using the recipient’s phone number or email address verus a bank account. Also, customers can enjoy zero transaction fees for amounts below N5,000.
  • Paga users can accept payments with justpaga.me . The Paga payment collections page is only available to its users. On the page, its customers can get a free customized web page they can send out to collect money from anyone owing them.  Then, in turn, the debtors can pay using their bank accounts or Paga account.

Read also: https://thefintechafrica.com/how-tos/how-to-manage-your-finances-in-a-crisis-covid19/

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