Standard Chartered Bank in partnership with Visa is giving consumers an opportunity to enjoy numerous rewards through the new ‘Safe is Smart’ campaign, aimed at encouraging the adoption of e-commerce solutions in Nigeria. 

Recognizing the impact of the pandemic, this initiative provides consumers and merchants with smart ideas and e-payments solutions that will not only protect them online but also drive sustainability, business survival, and recovery in the e-payments ecosystem.

Through the campaign, consumers also get to enjoy unique benefits such as zero transfer fees and surcharges at point of sales, points earned using the Standard Chartered 360 rewards program – all with the convenience and security of Visa debit cards, QR payments, or transactions are done using the Standard Chartered Digital Banking mobile app. 

These benefits are available to consumers for e-commerce transactions such as online grocery shopping, entertainment and lifestyle needs, essentials, and treats, including e-learning subscriptions. 

To get started, simply pay online with your Standard Chartered Visa Debit card with zero transaction fees! New customers can also enjoy these benefits by easily opening an account via the Standard Chartered Digital banking mobile app by providing your BVN details and uploading a selfie! 

You can also request for a Visa Debit card through the app and have it delivered to your doorstep for FREE. 

Be Safe. Be Smart.

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