Some few months back, the Nigerian fintech company, SystemSpecs, launched a payment solution, known as Paylink and what really excited me, right from the beginning is that, it came at the right time and it, effectively, meets its intended purpose.
Sometimes back, a friend complained that, each time customers came around to make use of these services and decided to pay via online transfers.
Such transfers, end up taking a full day, before receiving alerts, while sometimes he does not, even, receive credit alert.
He claimed that, he has lost some valuable clients this way and also, lost money, sometimes, the transferred amount do bounce back to the client’s account, due to poor network, or the clients were fraudsters, who have perfected the act of sending fake SMS debit alerts.
I was about to advise him to stop the online transfers for now and just focus on accepting only cash transactions, when I remembered a video skit about Paylink that trended on Twitter, a while back.
I Googled Paylink.ng and I read everything about the interesting payment solution.
I conducted a thorough research, read the testimonies and the rating that comes with it. I was super amazed, by this payment solution and I immediately recommended it to my friend.
He called me a few days ago to let me know that, he had registered on the Paylink,ng platform and was given a customised link that contains his business name and logo.
Paylink configured his bank account and hides it from public view, thus, providing him with an extra layer of cybersecurity protection.
Firstly, he sent his Paylink customized link to a friend and ask her to make a deposit. She did and instantly, he got a credit alert. For 4 days, he test-run the link, until he became convinced that it really works.
He swiftly implemented it as in his business and ever since, he has never had any issues of delayed transfers, non-receipt of payments, or fake credit alerts.
Paylink.ng has, made his job easy and he can now receive money, via USSD, debit and credit card and carry out internet banking, thus, stabilising his business’ financial dealings.
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