UBA Bank Nigeria Africa - Everything About UBA Bank, United Bank For Africa - Free Tips
UBA bank Nigeria Africa - United bank for Africa, often called UBA, is a Nigerian bank with global presence. It has offices in Africa, London, Paris,
and New York. How many offices are we talking about?
||Over seven hundred offices worldwide!
That, of course, tells you that this bank is not just a fluke. It is a global bank that has come to stay.
Products on offer include . . .
Institutional banking and
Those are big terms that only the financially enlightened understand.
In simple terms . . . United Bank For Africa offers regular banking services like . . .
Domiciliary account - dollar or pounds sterling denominated
E-banking services and
Money transfer e.g. Western Union Money transfer and Moneygram
The bank also offers card services like . . .
Mastercard debit cards
Visa Dual Currency Credit Card
Visa Dual Currency Debit Card and
V-Money Transfer (VMT)
The bank offers a number of incentives to customers to attempt to get an edge over competitors. And so, there are promotions every now and then to try
to increase the bank's customer base.
||Virtually every bank does that. In fact, marketing promotions is a key function of the marketing team - that is why they exist in the first place.
Some customers have complained about speed of transactions and the amount of waiting time in the banking hall especially on Fridays when people troop to
the bank to withdraw money for the weekend.
From experience, that happens with virtually every bank in Nigeria. And the simple reason is because Nigeria is still a cash driven society.
As the Nigeria state
moves more and more towards being a cashless society, the crowd in the banking halls will gradually disappear.
For starters, go and get a ATM card if you bank with United bank for Africa. It will save you a whole lot of trouble and hassles. Trust me.
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