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How to become Access bank POS agent/CLOSA agent/ Mobile money

How to become Access bank POS agent/CLOSA agent/ Mobile money

Access bank POS agent – Like any other bank In recent time, Access bank on its quest to deepen financial inclusion, make funds available to the under banked and unbanked, has introduced agency banking services centered around mobile money.

It then stands that as a mobile money agent, you represent the bank by carrying out services that ordinarily would have been sourced directly from the bank.

While doing this, you are entitled to certain commission both from the bank and the customers you attend to.

Requirements to become Access bank POS agent

You will need to have:

  • A visible business location which is easily accessible
  • Minimum working capital of N50,000
  • Valid ID card, mainly Voter’s card, Driver’s License, International passport, National ID card.
  • Utility bill
  • Business registration documents for corporate bodies

Transactions consummated as a POS/CLOSA agent

  • Cash withdrawal
  • Cash deposit
  • Funds transfer
  • Airtime top-up
  • Bill payment
  • Account opening

Read also: SurePadi agent – How to become a SurPadi agent in simple steps

It is very important to understand that a CLOSA agent could be any of the following;

#1. Registered business- individual

#2. Registered businesses – Limited liability companies, Sole proprietorship, partnerships, Co-operatives societies.

#3. Corporates with retail chains/large distribution network.

Mobile money explained

This is an electronic platform that enables individuals to transfer financial value through a mobile phone without using bank account.

Here, financial value is stored in a virtual wallet usually represented by the phone number of the subscriber. Money can be used by both bank account holders and non-account holders.

Some services rendered on Mobile Money platform:

  • Process and receives cash deposit
  • Withdrawal
  • Bill payment
  • Enroll customers on to the platform
  • Provide customer service and support to customers
  • Educate customers about Mobile money services.

How to register on Mobile money

You may proceed with your registration following the below arrangement;

  • From any GSM phone, dial *903# on your mobile phone
  • Select “1” from the list of options provided to choose “registration.”
  • Enter your first name, Last name, sex and date of birth accordingly
  • You will be required to change your default pin, usually 4-digit to your choice

The above applies to onboarding using a self-service.

However, you may still onboard from an agent location or any Access bank branch in the below arrangement;

  • Having visited any of the aforementioned location, request for a registration form
  • Complete the form correctly, read the terms and conditions, then sign appropriately
  • Return your completed form to the agent/branch
  • It’s now their duty to profile you with the details made available
  • On completion, your wallet will be activated, you will receive an SMS on how you can access your mobile money
  • Additionally, you will be required to change your default pin

How to change your Mobile money default pin

  • Dial *903#
  • Go to “My wallet > PIN change > Input old PIN, then enter your new PIN and confirm it.

Read also: How to become a Firstmonie agent in Nigeria

Transaction limits on Mobile money

Transaction limits apply to individual subscribers and agents according to Central bank of Nigeria transaction limit as follows:

  • Non banked – minimum daily N3,000 and maximum daily N30,000
  • Semi banked – minimum daily N10,000, maximum daily N100,000
  • Banked – minimum daily N100,000, maximum daily N1,000,000.

Mobile money contact details

You may contact the Access bank contact center through;

 

Frequently asked question on Access bank POS agent

Q1. How can I get POS machine from Access bank?

Having read the process of becoming an agent above, getting a POS machine becomes an easy ride, so long you’re ready to render agency services as required by the bank.

The POS comes at no cost to you whatsoever.

Q2. How can I get Zenith bank POS?

To get a Zenith bank POS, you will need to be a Z-Money agent, kindly read about Here.

Q3. How can I become a POS agent in Access bank?

This in its entirety has been explained above. But for the record, you will need the below requirements.

Requirements to become Access bank POS agent

Read also: Z-Money – How to become a zenith bank POS agent

You will need to have:

  • A visible business location which is easily accessible
  • Minimum working capital of N50,000
  • Valid ID card, mainly Voter’s card, Driver’s License, International passport, National ID card.
  • Utility bill
  • Business registration documents for corporate bodies

Do not forget to proceed to any Access bank branch nearest to you for further directives.

Conclusion

You may fulfill your dream of becoming an Access bank POS agent by following the above guideline religiously.

Do not forget to drop your concerns and enquiry, they will be attended to promptly.

3 comments on “How to become Access bank POS agent/CLOSA agent/ Mobile money

Raphael Orji
JOHN GOSPEL

Thank you for the information.
my questions are:
1. Is the Pos machine free? if not how much?
2. Are there any charges for maintenance? if yes, how much and on what basis (i.e daily, weekly, monthly, annually, etc)?
3. The minimum capital of #50,000. will it be in your account to start up with or is for the registration?

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Raphael Orji

Hello John,

1) The POS is free

2) Maintenance charges varies according to banks if any,

3) The N50k will be in your account, it’s your money as a matter of fact. This will enable you ground start the business and attend to your customers.

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Raphael Orji
Godwin Monday Jacob

Am a Access and Zenith bank agent its up to one month now non of the banks has given me the POS machine and its affecting my business seriously.

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