Virtual dollar card mustn’t be one of your ninety-nine problem, ALAT virtual dollar card is back and in this post, we’ll tell you more about it as well as how to verify your NIN on ALAT, and more.
Now you no longer have to go through the strenuous process of dealing with bureau de change marketers and physical banks. You can now spend dollars online without a physical debit card. You can make easy payments on merchant sites like Uber, Netflix, Spotify, Google Play, Apple Music, Asos, Udemy, Coursera, AliExpress, Google, Facebook, etc. with a Virtual Dollar Card.
Here’s how to create your Virtual Dollar Card:
Love is the emotion we all are drawn to. Sometimes it comes in the form of butterflies or smiling at your phone endlessly, and you sometimes can’t tell what this emotion will make you do. In this episode of the ALAT podcast, we explore the most hilarious and over-the-top things people have done for love. Listen here and enjoy.
If your remote work dreams have just come true and you have no clue how to make the most of it, or you’ve been working from home for quite a while and you seem to have gotten too familiar. Read here for tips on how to make the most of remote work in 2021. You’ll also find tips on how to deal with distractions at home here.
We have just rolled out a new feature that allows you to retrieve and verify your National Identification Number (NIN) using the phone number linked to your BVN & ALAT account.
You can enjoy this service at a small fee of N100. You will only be charged for each successful NIN retrieval.
What you do with your money is one of life’s biggest dilemmas. Whether you choose to spend it all, save, or invest, you’ll discover varying levels of risk and potential reward – and how much weight you give to each will depend entirely on your goals. So let ALAT help you to make the right decision for you.
That’s it for this weekend. Oh, and don’t forget to be kind this weekend. You can start by spreading the news. Share this with a friend. Friends don’t let friends miss out on stuff like this. We’ll see you next week.