FNB launches eWalletPro

Kampupe Chola Kaunda PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Kampupe Chola Kaunda PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

First National Bank Botswana (FNBB), the country's biggest bank by balance sheet and customers, has launched a new banking product dubbed eWallet Pro, in a move aimed at making banking experience seamless and secure.

The latest product is a payment solution by FNB that will allow for monetary payments and transactions to be credited to cell phone wallets and cards by users. Just like cheques, eWallet Pro allows account holders to send and pay debtors only that this time around it will be done digitally or on a debit card basis. Through the eWallet Pro, companies can finance their payroll on a continuous basis to withdraw cash for corporate use with a daily limit of P10,000 and the bank will provide card-based options to users.

To qualify for eWallet Pro, one must be an FNBB Corporate or business customer with an active account and registered on Online banking. Speaking recently at the launch, Rand Merchant bank director , Kapumpe Chola Kaunda said as a bank they continuously thrive to stay ahead of the market in order to gain a competitive advantage ahead of other banks hence the launch of this product ahead of the cheque phasing out.

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