Nigeria

How can you send money to Nigeria?

You can send money via Taptap Send to most of the banks in Nigeria, or to cash pickup services using

Fidelity Bank, Polaris Bank and Zenith Bank. See the full list below. 

 

Important update - Feb 2024:

The Central Bank of Nigeria instructed that all money transfer operators discontinue support for cash pick-up and transfers to domiciliary USD accounts in Nigeria. We took immediate steps to comply with this directive as we remain committed to complying with all relevant regulations in our service to you.

 

How much will you pay to send to Nigeria?

We will simply charge a small % of the exchange rate and will not charge any extra fees at all.

 

How much can you send?

You can send funds up to the maximum limits permitted by our standard sending policies. To review please click here.

 

Naira 4 Dollar Scheme

"CBN Naira 4 dollar scheme" has ended, and the Central Bank of Nigeria no longer gives extra amounts on transactions made to USD accounts. 

Should your recipient have any questions regarding this scheme, they can directly contact their bank for more information.

 

If you sent money to the wrong person or to the wrong number, what can you do?

If you made a mistake with the recipient’s phone number or bank account number, unfortunately, there is nothing we can do as the funds cannot be reversed. 

Please always double-check every transaction detail before you send money. We make it easy for you to edit any transfer details before the final payment confirmation step.

 

Tips for recipients

Please visit our dedicated articles here

 

List of banks 

 

NGN(Naira) bank deposit:

  • Access Bank

  • Ecobank Nigeria

  • Fidelity Bank

  • First Bank Nigeria

  • First City Monument Bank

  • Guaranty Trust Bank Plc

  • Heritage Banking Company

  • Jaiz Bank

  • Keystone Bank

  • Kuda Bank

  • Polaris Bank

  • Providus Bank

  • Stanbic IBTC Bank

  • Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria

  • Sterling Bank

  • Union Bank of Nigeria

  • United Bank For Africa

  • Unity Bank

  • Wema Bank

  • Zenith Bank International

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