“Customers who initiate direct debit transactions on their account but lack funds to complete the transaction will be charge 1% of transferred fund when your account is funded”

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CBN Imposed: Banks Charge Customers for Failed Transactions

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CBN Imposed: Banks Charge Customers for Failed Transactions: Banks in the Nigeria now charge customers for every failed transactions and dud cheque, a move not suitable in the current economic reality Nigeria Finds her self

The directive was imposed and given by the Central Bank of Nigeria, directing all commercial banks in the country to collect fee for every failed transaction

If any commercial bank customer initiate a transaction were his/her account is not funded (lacks Fund), such customer will be charged, according to the new law imposed by CBN

“In an email notice sent out to customers by Stanbic IBTC on Thursday and seen by Peoples Gazette, the penalty of one percent of the amount being transferred or N5000 of such, depending on the highest fee, will be charged against the customers who breach the new guideline.

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“If there’s no money at the time of the failed transaction, the charge will be withdrawn from the account whenever it is funded, IBTC said.

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“Direct debit is a standing order initiated by an account holder that enables the bank to debit a specified amount from the customer’s account at an agreed date.

“The guide to charges by bank and non-bank financial institutions was created to streamline the application of charges on various products and services offered by banks and other financial institutions in Nigeria to their customers.

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“This guide came into effect in January, replacing the previous guide that was issued in 2017. The guide was criticised by economists as dangerous and insensitive because most Nigerians cannot afford to continue paying for a service they never received — a criticism the CBN rejected as unfounded”

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