Yes, we have a microfinance banking license from the Central Bank of Nigeria.
Awacash is simplicity, reliability, convenience, and good personalization. At Awacash, we take pride in being part of your success story and we want to help your business grow too while using our platform.
Yes, we offer a range of loan products to help you achieve your financial goals. You can apply for a loan online or by visiting our office. To apply for a loan, customers will typically need to provide documentation such as proof of income, credit history, and employment
To open an Awacash account, you must be at least 16 years old and you must have an email address, a phone number, BVN and proof of identity, such as a driver's license or passport.
We ask you to confirm your BVN so we can be sure no one is pretending to be you. When you confirm your BVN, we match your details with the information on the national BVN database owned by the Central Bank. We won’t use your BVN to access your other bank account(s).
No, we don’t have a minimum account balance
Yes, your money is safe with us. We secure all accounts with the same high-security encryption used by regular banks. For extra protection, we insure every deposit you make into your Awacash account.
We will deliver your card to your doorstep.
There are several ways to add money to your Awacash account: You can transfer money to your Awacash account from any Nigerian bank with a bank app or through internet banking. You can also add money to your upgraded account with a Nigerian debit card.
Yes, you can request an account statement for a specific time period.
Ikorodu , Lagos
The easiest way to reach us is to send us a message and we would be sure to get in touch as soon as possible. You can send us an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or chat with Sam as well as reach out to us on our social media pages.
Awacash iOS and Android app is available.
AwaCash Microfinance is authorised and regulated by the Central Bank of Nigeria to offer banking services. Deposits are insured by the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC)