United Bank for Africa (UBA) has found a new way to make everyday banking transactions easier with the introduction of an online messaging banker called Leo. Just like a regular chat with a friend, you can chat with Leo on your facebook messenger and get loads of your typical banking requests sorted, right there on facebook.

With this new artificial intelligence banker, millions of UBA customers across Africa can now perform series of bank transactions through the Facebook messenger chat platform. All you need to do is ‘chat.’ Yes! Chat with LEO. Like we do on a daily basis with family, friends and business partners.  LEO comes in handy for business individuals and organizations who have limited time to visit a bank to process banking services and requests. With easily accessible data service/network, you can chat with Leo on the go and perform your normal bank transactions such as opening new accounts, checking account balance, Airtime recharge/Top up, Fund transfer, Payment of bills, Quick application for loans,  Request for mini statements, etc.

Kennedy Uzoka, Group Managing Director/CEO, UBA Plc, explained that Leo, being an intelligent personality, will give customers instant feedback as they transact their business on the platform, describing it as “a solution that is from the customer’s standpoint which is easy to use by anyone regardless of your career”

Chat with LEO and you can instantly  – transfer funds to friends and family – pay personal bills – request for your account statements – open new accounts – purchase airtime for yourself and loved ones – check your account balance – freeze accounts in case of emergencies  – quickly apply for loans etc

To top this, Transactions made with Leo are totally safe and secure. There’s no smarter way to bank. Chat With Leo!

For more ways LEO can make your life easier, click here.

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