If you need a dollar card to pay for your online adverts, renew your iTunes/iCloud/Netflix subscription in Nigeria or to buy apps at Google play store, then you need to try barter virtual cards. Just like you would with your regular cards, you can also use the cards to pay for your shopping online, pay bills etc
The barter cards, powered by Flutterwave are dollar-denominated virtual cards which you can use to pay anywhere on the internet where the Mastercard logo is displayed – with no spend limits. You no longer have to be stressing yourself up and down looking for abokis to sell dollar notes to you just because you want to fund the dollar card issued to you by your bank.
At getbarter.co, you can create multiple virtual cards and give them to your business partners and colleagues. You can as well keep track of expenses and manage your teams spending all in your barter dashboard. Your barter virtual cards can be funded with Naira, Ghanaian Cedis, Kenyan Shillings, and of course, USD. The current exchange rates are displayed on the barter dashboard.
How To Create Barter Virtual Card
Sign up for an account at www.getbarter.co
Activate your account with the confirmation code sent to your email or phone
Go to “dashboard” to check the current exchange rate
Proceed to “wallet”, click “NGN” and fund your barter wallet with any of the available options
Proceed to “Cards” and click on “+Virtual cards”
Fund your card with the funds in your getbarter wallet and you are good to go.
I funded mine with my First bank verve card as seen in the screenshot below :
Alternatively, you can use the “create new card” link via “dashboard” to generate your barter virtual cards.
It’s that easy!
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