If you have a friend or relative in Nigeria and want to send them money, using Ping Express is the fastest, easiest, least expensive and most secure way to do it.
You can send money to a Nigerian bank account in three simple steps.
It's that easy! You'll get an email notification and an SMS message to let you know that the money has arrived in your beneficiary's account, all in a matter of minutes.
There are many benefits to using Ping Express for online money transfers to a Nigerian bank account.
It's fast and easy. You can send money from anywhere, using your desktop or laptop computer, or your tablet or smartphone. With the Ping Express mobile app, you can make a money transfer to a Nigerian bank account with just a few taps.
It's inexpensive. Ping Express always has the lowest fees and the best exchange rate. We are specialists in money transfers to Nigeria and elsewhere in the world, so we can offer the lowest prices. All of our transactions are 100% digital, and there's no 'middle man', so we can keep our fees much lower than our competitors'.
It's secure. Ping Express transactions are always cashless. We handle all payments and deposits completely electronically, so you can be sure that your transaction is secure, all the way from the US, UK, or Canada, to Nigeria.
When you send money to a Nigerian bank account, the money is available for the beneficiary to use right away. They can access the funds with their debit card, at an ATM or by going to the bank. There's no waiting time, and no need for the beneficiary to carry around a large amount of cash.
So, whether you are sending money back home to relatives, friends, or business associates, you can use Ping Express with complete and total peace of mind. Your money will be received quickly and securely, giving your loved ones nearly immediate access to the funds they need.
Find out how easily and quickly you can send money to a bank account in Nigeria, or anywhere else in the world. Try Ping Express and the Ping Express mobile app today, and get your loved ones the money they need.