Gtbank Bans Use Of GT Mastercard On Paypal and Facebook

Gtbank Bans Use Of GT Mastercard On Paypal and Facebook

Gtbank Bans Use Of GT Mastercard On Paypal and Facebook: I attempt to make cash payment utilizing paypal all through yesterday. All effort was useless. Had to go to the financial institution spent greater than 2hours. Western union and monegram furthermore not working…. Nigeria which way we dey?

On a regular basis a Nigerian youth wakes up, he/she is confronted with uncountable life threatening challenges that questions his existence and survival in this country. Yesterday comes the shocker information for all Nigerian small business firm entrepreneurs who’ve been counting on GTBank Mastercard for his or her worldwide financial transactions, being the last-man-standing. Gtbank Bans Use Of GT Mastercard On on all international transaction online, together with USD ($) payments, which immediately signifies that Nigerians can not make payment online utilizing paypal EVEN whether it is $1!), as GTB, which occurs to be the only Nigerian financial institution that allowed Nigerians to spend a highest of $100 on POS, international ATMS and web sites, utilizing their GTB Naira Mastercard.

For individuals who might argue this, please kindly go to GTB official customer protection web page on Facebook  or see the response of individuals underneath:

Gtbank Bans Use Of GT Mastercard On Paypal and Facebook
Gtbank Bans Use Of GT Mastercard On Paypal and Facebook

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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by NubiLove(m): 8:09pm On Feb 18
IF GTBank did that they would have sent an email… I just found out it is limited to paypal transactions and facebook adverts.
humilitypays:
They stopped all foreign (dollar,etc) transactions on their Naira mastercard
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by NubiLove(m): 8:10pm On Feb 18
Okay, thanks.

Emmyk:

I believe it is limited to PayPal and Facebook as someone used his Gtbank for an International transaction few hours ago, I also used mine yesterday.

I’m just seeing this thread now, but earlier today, a friend told me UBA stopped too, here is the response I got, when I made enquiry from UBA account on Twitter.
I believe Gtbank and Access Bank still work fine.
Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by Rooneyboy(m): 8:16pm On Feb 18
Very useless government
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by humilitypays(m): 9:13pm On Feb 18
NubiLove:
IF GTBank did that they would have sent an email… I just found out it is limited to paypal transactions and facebook adverts.
How did you find out, you contacted GTBank customer care
Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by bleume(f): 10:11pm On Feb 18
please what are the alternative ways of paying for Facebook adverts?
Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by illuminated93(m): 8:47am On Feb 19
Bro u lie shaoo
It’s only on paypal
humilitypays:
Access bank too isn’t working. All the banks have banned all foreign transactions on their naira card. They said you should open a dom account and then request for a dollar card if you want to make foreign payments….and now the question is how do you fund the dom account, of course using black market rate of $1 = NGN526

Seriously, APC, Buhari, Emiefele, CBN have failed Nigerians! The hardship is going to get tougher for Nigerians.

Imagine Nigerian youths hustling on their own to survive by doing small small businesses online can’t do that again….they can’t renew their domain names or hosting plans….they can’t pay for foreign goods and services unless they patronize black market.

I think the real time for Nigerian youths to occupy the streets has come cry cry angry angry
Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by ogaprime(m): 9:04am On Feb 19
Dhortunn:
This News is Authentic! My close friend and colleague was affected yesterday. He was trying to pay a Merchant online with Paypal and was rejected severally.

I offered to give guides on how he could manoeuvre because i have once had issues with my account too but to no avail until he called me this morning to break the sad news.

He said CBN directed the Banks to stop due to the way “G Boys” were using Paypal for transactions. I was shocked ehn!

Now people running Online Jobs that involve transacting with Paypal will have to start sourcing for Credit Cards. What is life in Nigeria again!? angry

bros egbon abeg no vex… who be G Boys??
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by Viking007(m): 9:11am On Feb 19
Dhortunn:
Is Access Bank offering such services as of today please?
Yes.
Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by groovie(m): 9:14am On Feb 19
The current fx rate is just pure wickedness… It has nothing to do with crude oil prices at all!!! Can’t you see this is completely insane. I have loads of courses to do all to be paid for in dollars. How can i manage?? Baba God please we need your help.
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by jel10: 9:15am On Feb 19
Pls anyone with any idea on how I can pay for facebook ads. Pls I need an alternative
Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by newspostng(m): 9:18am On Feb 19
and some people are still crying that buhari should come back home.i kept asking when he was @ home for good 2 years.what has changed
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by 0ubenji(m): 9:22am On Feb 19
humilitypays:
Everyday a Nigerian child wakes up, he/she is faced with uncountable life-threatening challenges that questions his existence and survival on earth. Yesterday comes the shocker news for all Nigerian small business entrepreneurs who have been relying on GTBank Mastercard for their international monetary transactions, as the last-man-standing bank rolled out a complete ban of all international transactions on their Naira mastercard, including USD ($) payments, which directly means that Nigerians can no longer send money using paypal EVEN if it is $1!), as GTB, which happens to be the only Nigerian bank that allowed Nigerians to spend a maximum of $100 on POS, foreign ATMS and websites, using their GTB Naira Mastercard.

For those who may argue this, please kindly visit GTB official customer care page on Facebook by clicking here, or see their official response below:

See details and alternative methods to send money to your foreign merchants here>>>http://www.frankwealth.com/2017/02/gtbank-bans-gtcard-on-paypal.html
I appreciate ur effort to sensitive the public on the current situation of forex stuffs with Nigerian debit cards. I just want to set the record straight so ppl can benefit from a complete and verified info.

1. GTB hasn’t totally block their mastercard from international transactions. It’s only disallowed from websites that witnesses frequent currency exchange transactions. This they(GTB) call forex sites. Their useless Mastercard stil works on amazon, ali express and few websites that Nigerians seldom do business with via local debit cards. All they wanna achieve is a very limited use of the almost unusable $100 dey gv customers.

2. It doesn’t even work on skill, so don’t bother urself with the stress

3. Access bank(visa card) and UBA(Mastercard) cards work well for any sort of international transactions u wanna do with the $100 monthly limit. These are the only usable banks as of this moment. Access bank cards works at anytime of the day but uba cards work only midnight with a trick I’m not ready to bore y’all with.

4. GTB has disabled their cards on PayPal sinx 15th, not even on 17th as d OP finks. It’s coz dey av noticed frequent international transactions using PayPal with their mastercards. If u find a new site to use for international transactions, once ppl begin to use dat site and they see the forex traffic. They blacklist the site sharply without warning.

MAKING MONEY LEGALLY IN THIS CORRUPT COUNTRY IS A SERIOUS CHALLENGE.
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by MaziOmenuko: 9:24am On Feb 19
This is a major setback for all forex and currency traders.
They must have read the ymodulus dollar round-tripping thread and decided to act on it.

Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by ephi123(f): 9:27am On Feb 19
People have got professional subscriptions to pay for as well, not just Facebook/PayPal embarassed

Today makes it 1 month Buhari has been lounging in London, while Nigerians are facing this amount of hardship. It’s okay.

And for all those worthless paid agents defending this woeful government, you will surely get yours coming. Keep at it.
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by dajx: 9:27am On Feb 19
This country has crackheads as policy makers. Bunch of senseless people that don’t think through on the impact of their retrogressive policies.

The guys at CBN especially. Useless people!
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by Nebuchadnezar: 9:28am On Feb 19
humilitypays:
Access bank too isn’t working. All the banks have banned all foreign transactions on their naira card. They said you should open a dom account and then request for a dollar card if you want to make foreign payments….and now the question is how do you fund the dom account, of course using black market rate of $1 = NGN526

Seriously, APC, Buhari, Emiefele, CBN have failed Nigerians! The hardship is going to get tougher for Nigerians.

Imagine Nigerian youths hustling on their own to survive by doing small small businesses online can’t do that again….they can’t renew their domain names or hosting plans….they can’t pay for foreign goods and services unless they patronize black market.

I think the real time for Nigerian youths to occupy the streets has come cry cry angry angry
that’s why i wish i can kill sarrki of politics section with his zombiesm angry
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by MetaHuman: 9:32am On Feb 19
emifiele is simply the dumbest cbn governor ever!!!!!!!!!
we need soludo or sanusi now
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Re: Finally Gtbank Bans Use Of Their GT Mastercard On Paypal, Facebook, etc by Crysallis(m): 9:33am On Feb 19
This move is totally wrong

WORKING ALTERNATIVE TO NIGERIAN MASTERCARD

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  1. Access bank(visa card) and UBA(Mastercard) cards work well for any sort of international transactions u wanna do with the $100 monthly limit. These are the only usable banks as of this moment. Access bank cards works at anytime of the day but uba cards work only midnight with a trick I’m not ready to bore y’all with.
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    This card will enable you send and receive money in $$ from Nigeria. The good news is; you can buy $$ from re-sellers online or contact us, and we will sell Payoneer $$ to you at a very competitive exchange rate while you pay in Naira equivalent. With this Payoneer card, you can link it to your paypal account and still use it to pay for goods and services you purchased on foreign websites like facebook, alibaba, ebay, Amazon, etc.

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