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May 02, 2019 12:37:36

NL - PiggyVest

by @seunoyebode | 244 words | 23🔥 | 169💌

Seun Oyebode

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Hi Guys,

I wanted to share this with you quickly.

PiggyVest.com formerly Piggybank.ng, Nigeria’s number one savings app, just released a new feature you might find interesting.


PiggyVest describes Investify as “pre-vetted low - medium risks investment opportunities using your PiggyVest account. These investments will range from classic guaranteed fixed income opportunities (Treasury Bills, bonds, commercial papers, etc) to unconventional opportunities in real estate, agriculture, and transportation. You will be able to invest in small fractions and still enjoy the same returns/profit as any conventional investor. We (PiggyVest) are launching with a Maize Farm investment in opportunity in Kaduna in partnership with ThriveAgric. This investment earns up to 20% return on your investment in 9 months.”

This is a game changer. I have been a user of PiggyVest since early 2018 and I can tell you for free that saving your money in PiggyVest is far better than in any commercial bank savings account. The interest rates are better and much more you get to keep your money out of reach for future uses. Add that to the ability to invest right from the same app.

If you’ve never heard of PiggyVest, ask a friend around you. I do not work with PiggyVest, it’s a service I use and I think you would find it useful also.

Learn more about PiggyVest here.

Apologies to my Non-Nigerian friends, this won’t happen often. Maybe (lol).

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    @seunoyebode For the straight savings account what is the APY?

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | May 02, 2019 07:16:56
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      @brandonwilson 10-13%

      Seun Oyebode avatar Seun Oyebode | May 02, 2019 21:21:10
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      @seunoyebode Is that a true savings account? Take out your money anytime? Not even CD's get those rates.

      Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | May 02, 2019 13:34:02
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      @brandonwilson Yeah, ideally a microfinance bank should (or actually) return those rates. Found out too when the PiggyBank rates seem too good to be true. Figured that's about the regular rates at microfinance banks in the country.

      Seun Oyebode avatar Seun Oyebode | May 03, 2019 01:55:07
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