Verve card is a chip+pin enabled multipurpose payment card that gives you online-realtime access to your funds. it is issued by some Nigerian banks but powered by InterSwitch. Verve is simply the new name of the InterSwitch ATM card. The different types of Verve cards include: Verve PrePaid, Verve Payday and Verve debit card. The Verve debit card is the one linked to your savings or current account by your bank.
You can use your Verve card on all channels (ATMs, mobile, POS, Web, and kiosk) and locations with logos bearing: Verve, InterSwitch, Quickteller, Reward. I use my Verve debit cards alot to pay for online transactions as well as transfer money to other bank accounts via the Quickteller app. You can also use it to withdraw cash, pay bills and purchase airtime at ATMs.
Where To Get Verve Cards
Nigerian Banks that currently issue Verve cards are listed below:
1. Access Bank Plc
2. First Bank Plc
3. Ecobank Plc
5. Union Bank Plc
6. Skye Bank Plc
8. Keystone Bank
9. Wema Bank Plc
10. Sterling Bank Plc
11. Unity Bank Plc
12. Fidelity Bank Plc
13. Mainstreet Bank Limited
14. Enterprise Bank Limited
15. Heritage bank Limited
16. Jaiz Bank
Simply walk into any bank branch to request for a Verve card.
Once you get your verve card, activate it by changing the PIN at the ATM. Once activated, you can start using it for your transactions but for you to use it to make payments online, you must register the Verve card for safetoken service. I will explain this further in another post. Subscribe to updates if you don’t want to miss it.
Do you know other Nigerian banks that issue Verve cards but not on the list? Do you have one or two things to say about the Interswitch Verve cards? Please, let me hear from you via comments.
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