Cash: PoS agents set new fee charges for withdrawal

The Association of Mobile Money and Bank Agents in Nigeria (AMMBAN) has announced a new price list for PoS transactions.

The spokesman of the Lagos Chapter of AMMBAN, Stephen Adeoye, during an interview on Channels Television, revealed details of the unified price list for POS transactions.

He said: “Let me tell you the price list, N1000 – N2,400 will be N100 for withdrawal. N3500 to N4000 will be N200; N4,100 to N6,400 will be N300; N6,500 to N7,900 will be N400; N8500 to N10,900 will be N500; N11,000 to N14,000 will be N600; N14,500 to N17, 900 will be N700; N18,000 to N20,000 will N800 for withdrawal.

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“Like we said, depending on your location, you can also step it down for people depending on the circumstances. But it should not go more than this.”

He further stated that for deposits and transfers, agents can now charge N100 for N1,000 to N4,900; N200 for N5000 to N10,900; N300 for N11,000 to N20,900; N400 got N21,000 to N30,900; N500 for N31,000 to N40,000; and N600 for N41,100 to N50,000.

Adeoye said the chairman of the Lagos chapter of the association, David Abiodun, recently released the new price list to excos at a symposium.

He explained the list was to curb the activities of agents that ate still overcharging their customers.

According to him: “Although, we agreed that depending on one’s area, they can lower the charges. But it should exceed these new charges. This is why we expect everyone to paste it in their locations so that customers can see it.

“To enforce this new price list is easy because we have a good relationship with the Lagos State Command, Police Force, and all the DPOs in the area. Very soon a task force will be set up in each zone so that they will work along with it.”

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