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  Kuda is a free digital bank with a microfinance banking license from the Central Bank of Nigeria. It helps you to save more money and to take control of your finances. Opening an account does not cost anything, and it can be done within a few minutes.
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Kuda is free to use. All financial transactions like monthly transfers, credit and debit alerts, withdrawals across Nigeria are done at no cost and with ease. The digital bank has features that allow for proper saving and budgeting, ensuring that your money is safe as it grows. Kuda does not charge you for card maintenance or account maintenance. In fact, your free debit card is delivered to you free without any hassle. The Kuda app helps to make your transactions with your mobile phones. Its features are user-friendly and enticing for young adults who are customers of the bank. Everything happens on your Kuda app, no need for paperwork. Using the app to send money is not tasking. With the app, you could make up to 25 free transfers to other banks every month, with extra transfers costing only 10 Naira each.
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The Kuda Bank app, as an online-only means, allows you to carry out financial transactions without visiting any physical bank. Since the bank is specifically set up for mobile users, potential customers who do not own one will not be able to bank with them. With the bank’s app, a customer could use the banking services at their own comfort and at anywhere. The app is available on Android, iPhone, and Windows. The Kuda bank app is able to function due to the advancements in technology, a good move in the right direction for the financial institutions in Nigeria. The fantastic features available on the app helps users to plan their finances and save for their future. With the app, users could block their missing debit card on the app (and unblock it if they find it). Save better with the Kuda bank app. Download the app to get the most out of your money with Kuda. Featured Image Source: iamMagnus
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This article was first published on 22nd January 2022

ernest-chigaemezu

Ohia, Ernest Chigaemezu is a writer, editor, and grade teacher based in Jos, Nigeria.


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