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Nomba POS Charges: How Much is Kudi POS Daily Target Now?

Kudi is a leading international fintech firm based in Nigeria with many outlets in Kenya and Ghana and rapidly expanding throughout Africa. With its innovative ideas, revolutionizing and disrupting the banking sector while providing jobs and easy payments by merchants, Kudi remains one of the most popular digital banking service providers in Nigeria,

Kudi POS agents are authorized under the fintech giant to carry out transactions for their customers.

Kudi is registered by CAC therefore, trust is not an issue at all.

Kudi POS terminals are free of charge. But, for you to get one, you will have to pay a security deposit/caution fee of N20,000. The requirement is that you can provide an end-of-day transaction report or statement of account to prove that you can meet the transaction target on the POS terminal.

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How to Get Kudi POS Machine

Nomba pos charges: how much is kudi pos daily target now? - ng job alerts

With a vision to develop and support Africa’s small businesses, the Kudi POS system has grown massively into a network of easily accessible banking services through POS agents in Nigeria, Ghana, and other parts of Africa countries.

Application for Kudi POS is free provided the applicant meets the minimum requirement. Kudi POS charges a relatively low rate of 0.7% charge per transaction for withdrawing when withdrawing as an agent. And on the POS, you can set whatever amount of money you want to charge your customers when they make a withdrawal on your POS terminal point.

With this, Kudi currently offers one of the best rates, making it very profitable for Kudi POS machine agents.

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Benefits of using Kudi POS Machine?

Agents get a discount per transaction on Kudi POS.

The system accumulates points as you transact on the POS, which are then converted to cash. You can carry out the following transactions with or without a card on the Kudi POS machine:

  • Card cash withdrawals
  • TV subscriptions
  • Electricity bill payments
  • Data purchase 
  • Airtime purchase
  • Selling airtime directly to the Kudi platform via a code.

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How to Become Kudi POS Agents 

The steps below will guide you on how to become a Kudi POS agent:

1. Becoming a Kudi POS agent by merit

  • Download the Kudi app from the google play store
  • Install and launch the application on your android phone
  • Sign up using your phone number and connect the app with your bank account
  • Transact using the Kudi app
  • Ensure you use it consistently for basic bills like electricity, airtime recharge, TV subscriptions, and more
  • After about two weeks, Kudi would message you about your eligibility to receive a free POS

2. Becoming a Kudi POS agent through payment

The first means can take sometimes and not everybody can have that patience. So, Kudi POS allows potential customers to make payments; follow the steps below to get your Kudi POS machine:

  • Visit the nearest Kudi office to you
  • Obtain the form from their agent, fill and submit it
  • Make a payment of N20,000 to the office (money is nonrefundable)
  • Kudi’s team will review your application and release a POS to you immediately after the approval.
  • Note: Approval is within 24 hours if not instantly.

How do I contact Kudi POS?

Kudi POS Contact Address (Nigeria): 19b Bosun Adekoya Street, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, Nigeria.

Kudi POS Contact Address(United States): 1776 Sacramento St Apt 311 SAN Francisco CA 94109

Kudi POS Contact Number: 01 888 5008

Kudi POS Email: [email protected]
Follow this link to learn more about the Kudi POS terminal: https://kudi.com/faq/terminals/pos-terminals

Bonus: How Do Kudi POS (Nomba) Agents Make Money?

The POS business is an opportunity to make money in Nigeria. It’s one of the business ideas that can earn you a stream of income daily if not hourly. POS agents make their money through:

Commission – Banks pay POS agents commission based on the volume of transactions it can range between N50 and N100 on transactions between N1,000 and N5,000. And increases as the volume (amount) of transactions increase

Service Charges – POS agents can also charge their customers a certain amount on bills payments, taxes, and subscriptions.

Float – POS agents can also make use of cash deposits, net of withdrawal for their primary business.

Oladoyin Falana

Oladoyin Falana, a graduate of OAU, is an SEO Specialist, and IT business developer. He is the owner and content editor of ngjobalerts.com, a platform that focuses on providing information on career, recruitment updates, exams, and admission updates, including general (How-to) information.
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