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How to Make and Receive Payments on

Two Main Methods of Payments Accepted on

You can pay for items on website using two methods:

  1. Card payment online (ATM, credit and debit cards)
  2. Bank deposit or transfer


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  • PAYMENT METHOD ONE: Card Payment Online:

    You can make payments on website with most Nigerian issued ATM cards. You can also pay using most Nigerian issued Visa cards, Mastercards and Verve cards. You don’t need to have a VoguePay account to pay with your card but if you have a VoguePay account with enough funds then you can also use those funds to pay online and get the product immediately.

  • Click here for how to pay online using the CARD method.
  • PAYMENT METHOD TWO: Bank Deposit or Transfer:

    If method one does not work or you do not want to use that option, You can also pay us via bank deposit, mobile banking or bank transfer (Nigeria only). The main difference between Bank Payment and Online Card Payment is that with bank payment it takes maximum 24  hours after paying for you to get access to your product while online card payment is slightly faster and you will receive your product instantly without delay.

  • Click here for how to pay using BANK method



Introduction to VoguePay

VoguePay (visit the site) is a highly trusted e-wallet and payment processing service in Nigeria. You are one hundred percent safe and secure when making payments through them.

Through VoguePay you can pay us using Visa, Mastercard and Verve cards. Through VoguePay you can also pay using bank deposit or transfer.

VoguePay is also used by us to pay out commissions to Agents, from where they can easily withdraw the funds to their Nigerian or non-Nigerian bank account anytime.

Note, however, that is not owned by and the relationship between both organisations is based on the payment services offered by them.


For Agents: Receiving Your Commissions Using VoguePay

Payments of commissions to Agents are also made through VoguePay. All Agents are expected to open a VoguePay account (it’s free) and connect it to their MoneyMaker Agent account (see how).

Once this is done, commissions are sent to the Agent’s VoguePay wallet not more than 4 to 5 days after the total crosses N100 (One hundred naira). Agents can then withdraw the funds from their VoguePay Wallet to their Nigerian or non-Nigerian bank accounts any where in the world. For Nigerian bank accounts, the money hits your account within 48 working hours after withdrawal from VoguePay. For non-Nigerian bank accounts it may take a little longer.

Testimonies from Agents

"My friends Laughed at me Because I Joined MoneyMaker, But When I Bought a Jeep..." - Martha Okeleke (Former Primary School Teacher, Enugu)

I used to be a teacher in a private primary school earning just N12,000 monthly salary which was never enough and I always ended up begging or borrowing from friends and colleagues and faced a lot of embarrassment from them. One day someone gave me a hand bill advertising a seminar and I kept the poster in my bag and forgot about it but back at home my sister-in-law saw it in my bag and was very interested because she had seen their advert on TV before so she (more…)

Martha Okeleke

"I made N102,000 in My Third Month" - Segun Olawale Bello, Office Assistant, Lagos

The first few weeks after I upgraded to an Agent account I was not able to register anyone or sell any course. I contacted the guy who registered me for help. He explained to me how to organise a small gathering.

I took his advice and held a small gathering of my friends held in my parlour where I explained how the program works and how to register. I then registered all of them as free members through my phone and told them about the benefits of upgrading to an Agent. I  asked them to contact me if they needed any help. Some asked me to (more…)

Segun Olawale Bello

"I Washed Plates to Raise Money to Join and Started With My Friend's Phone, Now I make an Average of N81,000 Monthly" - Chioma Obi, SS2 Student, Owerri

I am the first Child and my parents are very poor. I first stumbled across website when I was browsing with my friend's phone and I was very interested but I did not have the money to join so during our long holiday, I went to restaurants and hotels washing plates, fetching water and pounding yam and fufu to raise the money.

In my first term in SS2 I was able to register as an agent and started with my friend's android phone because I did not have a phone. Despite the fact that (more…)

Chioma Obi