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  GetBarter is a lifestyle payments solution app that allows users to make online transactions such as paying merchants, purchasing airtime, paying bills and subscriptions, and creating master and virtual cards for online purchases.
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GetBarter is the go-to app for sending money to and from Africa for free. Some of the app’s international partners include M-Pesa, MTN, Airtel, Ecobank, and many more.

How GetBarter Works 

To use GetBarter, you can download the app from Google Play or Apple App Stores. Once you download the app, you will be required to verify your account by confirming your email address and completing your profile on the settings page. GetBarter provides users with a wallet through which they can make online transactions. To use money in your wallet, you need to generate a card. The first card generation on Getbarter is free but subsequent ones require a small free. GetBarter allows you to create as many virtual cards as you want. You can even create a virtual dollar card.
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You can fund your GetbBarter virtual wallet using your bank card, wire transfer, USSD, or mobile money wallets. The process is a straightforward one that requires you to indicate how much you want on your wallet and use your preferred medium of payment. Signing up on GetBarter is free of charge. No charges are incurred when you send money to another GetBarter user. However, there is a fee when you withdraw money from your GetBarter wallet into your bank account or mobile money wallets such as M-Pesa and MoMo. A fee is also incurred when you transfer from GetBarter to your funding account. GetBarter can be used in Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, United States, Canada, UK, and all countries in Europe that use Euro. The app’s supported currencies are Euros, British Pounds, Shillings (Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda), Cedis; Naira, Rand, Canadian Dollars, US Dollars, Rwandan Franc, Zambia Kwacha, Cameroon, and Ivory Coast CFA. Click this link to learn more about the app and download it for your device. Featured Image Source: Technext
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This article was first published on 12th June 2021


My name is Samuel Okoruwa. I am an ardent researcher, reading is life and writing is fun.

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