As a Financial Technology Company in Ghana, FXkudi is powering businesses to receive borderless payments from anywhere in the world. But presently, this feature is only available to Ghanian small and medium enterprises then Nigerians and a possible expansion to other African countries in the nearest future.
FXKudi is a Ghana-based fast-growing African B2B and B2C FinTech Company with a client-focused and result-driven approach to providing seamless and stress-free monetary transactions such as sending and receiving money, payment of bills such as airtime and DSTV subscription.
In April, 3 months after they launched their money transfer service in Ghana, they unveiled a new product that allows their users to create virtual prepaid cards that enables them to make local and international payments online.
This is a product tagged, FXKudi Card and has helped over 3ooo customers gain access to secure and fast online payment with their virtual card. This credit card allows users to pay on any of their preferred online platforms such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple Store, Netflix, Microsoft, eBay, Konga, Jumia, and many other platforms online.
For security consciousness, many people find it difficult to pay online using their normal credit or debit cards linked to their bank accounts to avoid being scammed or hacked. Other regular online shoppers prefer not to provide their credit card details to avoid unauthorized or unexpected debits. In this plight, FXKudi virtual card has been designed to aid frequent online shoppers with a secure and flexible alternative to physical payment cards.
Receive Borderless Payments from Customers without Restrictions Using FXkudi
As a fast-growing leading FinTech company in Africa, FXkudi has launched a service that allows Small and Medium Enterprises to Accept payments from their customers. With the kind of technology developed, customers can pay using their local bank accounts or bank cards. Also, you can receive payments in multiple currencies (Naira, Cedis, USD, Pounds etc).
FXKudi is already powering African businesses. At the moment, it’s already establishing connections in Ghana and Nigeria and expected to grow its wings across other African countries. This was revealed by the CEO and cofounder “Abioye Oyetunji” during an online interview.
He said “Part of our mission is to power businesses in Africa. We want to support small and medium enterprises in Africa by helping them accept payment from their customers anywhere in the world”.
As a startup, FXKudi is already connected with Nigerian and Ghanaian entrepreneurs, businesses, and individuals who send and receive money between the two countries. However, not only between the two countries, according to the company. “We are ready to expand and serve other African markets,” Abioye said.
He added that “our mission is to give people the power to pay a reality and to truly serve the African people’s payment needs”.
Situations where foreign students in Ghana are having difficulties receiving money for their upkeep or other school-related fees, the company has taken the mandate to make life easy by making things simple for people, and that’s not difficult to do”.
“We have made it possible for our users to send and receive money into their mobile money wallets, especially in Ghana where over 58% of its population now use mobile. This is to ensure we do not leave anyone out as we look to serve the banked and unbanked in Africa.”
“For Nigeria, receiving money our FXKudi online money transfer is easily sent into the receiver’s bank account.
“We are on a mission to give Africans access to borderless money transfer and power to pay.”
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