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Flutterwave Partners with Visa to Launch GetBarter App For Home, Abroad Payments


Flutterwave, a global payments solutions business based in Africa has collaborated with Visa to launch GetBarter.

This is an app that lets consumers and merchants to pay and collect payments home and abroad.

This GetBarter application is a lifestyle payment solution that functions globally with an existing user base in countries like South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.

Visa customers can now make payments within the confines of their homes, via the app and indulge in online payments by linking their card details to their GetBarter app profile while those that do not use the card can rely on generating a virtual Visa card after registration.

The application aids VISA customers to receive cash from any VISA card account either home or abroad.

This tells us that app users can collect money from family and friends from any VISA card straight into their
GetBarter app Wallet.

In addition, GetBarter users can use it for business transactions, to settle bills and to make payments to merchants anywhere Visa is accepted worldwide.

CEO, Flutterwave, Olugbenga Agboola said at the launch, “For us, We have simplified digital payments so that more Africans can be included in the payment revolution. This is evident in the design of the app, which primarily helps users manage their finances and earn endless benefits from more than 25,000 merchants including Uber, Flywire, and Wakanow.”

On the fruitful partnership, Otto Williams, Vice President Strategic Partnerships, Fintech and Ventures at Visa, also said; “This collaboration with Flutterwave delivers on our strategy of aligning with innovative partners on solutions that help to include more people and businesses in the formal financial system. It brings us a step closer to ensuring that more Africans can access secure, convenient and affordable payments and other financial services, and use them to meet every day needs and long-term goals.”

Folami David
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