Latest Nigerian Banks Monthly International Spending Limit On Naira Cards








Before now, I can imagine the frown on the faces of online business transaction users when the monthly international spending limit was tagged at $100. It was not an easy period because most buyers find it difficult to pay for goods or services that exceeds the $100 monthly limit. This situation forced so many online business men and women to go as far as owning a Payoneer Mastercard, so that can easily purchase goods and services internationally with no tagged limits.

Must read: 5 Reasons You Need Payoneer Mastercard For Your Online Business

International Spending Limit On Naira Cards

In a move to make international transactions and purchases much easier for online business men and women in Nigeria, First Bank, GTBank, Ecobank and UBA have raised the international spending limit on their Naira Cards. We hope other banks in Nigeria will join the bandwagon so as to provide a smooth online transaction experience to their respective customers. You shall be getting updates of various Nigerian banks spending limit on online transactions as they are announced from the respective banks. At the moment, you can set your eyes on the latest limits from the available banks below:

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Latest Nigerian Banks Monthly International Spending Limit On Naira Cards

First Bank Of Nigeria International Spending Limit

This is one of the banks I transact with (actually the first bank I opened an account with in my life) and it makes me glad that their monthly limit for international transactions have been increased. The First Bank of Nigeria international spending limit on their Naira cards for a month is now tagged at $1,100 across ATMs, POS and various online channels, with their daily ATM withdrawals now raised to $300. However, customers in UAE and China are limited to a monthly transaction of $250 for POS and online transactions.

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UBA International Spending Limit

The United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA) have reviewed its monthly international spending limit on its debit and prepaid cards and have raised it from $100 to $2,000. This will enable their customers to spend up to $2,000 per month as against the previous $100 spending limit.

Ecobank International Spending Limit

Prior to this moment, the Ecobank Mastercard was suspended from carrying out international transactions. The good news is that the limits have been lifted, and Ecobank customers can now carry out online international transactions by using their various Naira cards. The Ecobank Mastercard international spending limit is now tagged at $1,000. The bank also placed a $750 and $300 limits for its Gold and Standard cards users respectively.

GTBank International Spending Limit

The GTbank international spending limit for the month was recently rasied from $100 to $1,000. This message was officially communicated to their various customers through emails (of which I am also one of them). Below are the summary of the new monthly international spending limit for all GTBank customers:

International POS Transaction – $1,000 per month

International Online Transaction – $1,000 per month

International ATM Withdrawal – Not allowed

Fidelity Bank International Spending Limit

Just like other banks, the Fidelity Bank monthly international spending limit on their Naira Visa credit and debit cards have been raised to $1,000.

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While some of the Nigerian Banks made a claim that the increase is as a result of the demand of their various customers in removing the limitations for online transactions, other sources claim that the increase is as a result of the improved foreign exchange supplies for Nigerian banks.

Whatsoever the reason may be, we all hope that other banks in Nigeria will follow the same way. You shall be seeing updates of other banks on this page so you can easily bookmark it for easy reference. For now, let us await other banks like Zenith bank, Sterling bank, Access bank, Diamond bank, FCMB, Stanbic IBTC and the rest as they announce their monthly international spending limit.



About Chibuzor Aguwa 75 Articles
Chibuzor Aguwa is an Article Writer, ICT Specialist and an Online Entrepreneur. Like the saying does "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", some of my hobbies are listening to inspirational songs and watching football. A big fan of Manchester United Football Club.

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