Chipper Cash Card – Earn Fixed 20K Cashback Monthly

This article explains how to earn a fixed 20K monthly from Chipper Cash (NGN Card) Cashback.

Card Cashback is an ongoing promotion on Chippercash, with Card Cashback you can earn a fixed 20K monthly from Chipper Cash.

Guess what? All you have to do is to rotate your funds from Chipper Cash to any Fintech like Palmpay or Opay.

Remember, you wouldn’t be charged for rotating the funds.

About Chipper Cash

With chipper cash, you can enjoy free local transfers and the lowest cross-border rates, send & receive money in and between Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬, South Africa πŸ‡ΏπŸ‡¦, United States of America πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ, Ghana πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­, Uganda πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬, Rwanda πŸ‡·πŸ‡Ό, and UK πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§.

Chipper Cash is connecting Africa 🌍 and the Diaspora, one transaction at a time. Everyday we β€œchip away” at the financial problems facing people across Africa & around the world.

Chipper Virtual Card 5% And How It Works

Chipper Cash is currently on promotion, the promotion is active from the date you activated your NGN Virtual Card, it would end after 3 months.

When you fund any Fintech App with Virtual Chipper Card you will get a 5% Cashback.

For example; when you fund N7000 to your Opay Or Palmpay account with a chipper card you will earn 5% of N7000 which is ₦350 Naira.

Repeating the fund rotation 7 times daily will give you a Total of ₦2100. However, it’s also worth noting that any earned Cashback will be credited to your account after 35 days.

Note that the Cashback is limited to 20K, you can’t earn more than this monthly, so you are expected to meet the target and calculate the 5% of your total fund rotation, once it reaches 20K you can stop and continue next month.

Who is eligible for Chipper Card Cashback?

Unfortunately, the Chipper Card Cashback is only available for people who activated a Virtual Naira card, not up to 3 months.

It’s also worth noting that this Cashback is available only for Nigerians.

If you didn’t have an account with Chipper Cash, you can simply create one using this link.

Kindly note that you will need to complete the KYC and address verification before you would be eligible to claim a card.

You can start your fund rotation journey once your card is activated for more than 24 hours.

How To Start Fund Your Fund Rotation?

You have to download and create an account with Any Fintech App you like either Opay or Palmpay.

You are expected to open and verify your account so your Palmpay Or Opay account will be ready.

Fund your Chipper Cash account with what you have, I suggest 5000+, the higher you fund the Chipper Cash account and rotate the funds the higher your Cashback will be.

Don’t forget the logic and calculation, your Cashback is 5% of the Total amount you rotate monthly.

However, it’s also worth noting that the Cashback bonus is capped at 20K, which means you can’t earn more than 20K Cashback monthly.

How To Claim & Fund Chipper Card?

  1. Open your chipper cash
  2. Tap on “Card”
  3. Navigate & choose NGN Card
  4. Finally, tap on the claim card

Funding your card is quite easy all you have to do is to click on your wallet balance, an account number will be displayed, once you made a transfer to that number your chipper cash will be funded.

In other words; your chipper cash balance is your Naira Virtual Card balance.

How To Rotate Fund To Fintech App For Chipper Card Cashback?

You need to fund the amount you want to rotate to your chipper Cash account, once you fund it then you can move to your selected Fintech App.

The common feature used by Fintech apps for fund rotation is called “Fund By Card”

Let’s give an example of how to fund Opay by card.

  • Click on “Add Money”
  • Tap on “Top-up with card”
  • Enter the amount you want to fund and love to the next step
  • Tap on “Add Payment Option”
  • Enter your Chipper Cash Card and confirm the transaction

Your Cashback will reach your Chipper Cash account after 35 days, you can withdraw it immediately.

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