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How to Withdraw Your Commissions

Introduction Agents’ commissions used to be paid through the secure payment service known as VoguePay. To receive commissions, Agents were required to create a free VoguePay account and connect it to their Agent Dashboard.


New (Temporary) Procedure:

The latest development is that due to some challenges being faced by some Agents in using VoguePay payments, we have decided to stop using their service to payout commissions for now.

Instead, we shall be processing payments manually and sending them directly to your bank account for now. This is a temporary measure that will be used until a new automated method of paying out commissions is put in place.

Therefore anywhere you see mention of a need to create and connect your VoguePay account (especially new agents), just disregard it until we update you again on this page.

For now if you wish to receive any pending commissions, following are the steps you need to take.


How to Withdraw Your Commissions (For Now)

Unlike previously when the commissions were automatically paid every 48 hours, now this new temporary method requires you to send an email requesting for withdrawal.

See the steps below to request a withdrawal:

STEP 1: Calculate the pending commissions that you want to withdraw. You can withdraw a minimum of N100 and no maximum.

STEP 2: Send an email to [email protected] using the subject “Withdrawal Request”

STEP 3: Include the following information in the email that you send:

1. Username of the withdrawing account:
2. Amount to withdraw:
3. Bank Account to Withdraw to:


NOTE: Make sure you send the email from the correct email account associated with the username for which you are withdrawing.

After sending an email, your withdrawal will be processed and sent to you within 48 hours.

This is the process for withdrawal that should be used for now until we update the payout system.

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