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Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Nigerians are world’s heaviest users of ATMs - Report

According to a recently released study by EY, a global business and financial advisory firm, Nigerian bank customers have been rated the heaviest users of Automated Teller Machines in the world. The study also rated Nigeria as one of the top three countries whose bank customers use social media when making decisions on selecting a financial service provider. The study also shows that Nigerian bank customers have the highest banking sensitivity and are the second highest globally to close accounts based on poor experience.
 
EY’s Advisory Banking Sector Leader for Africa, Mr. Colin Daley said in a statement that they came to the conclusion after sampling 32,000 bank customers in 43 countries including Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.
"Nigerian bank customers have the highest level of trust for primary financial service providers in Africa and second globally behind India. Twenty-four per cent of Nigerian customers have experienced a problem with their banks that required resolution. Seventy-two per cent of customers were either very satisfied or satisfied with the response that they received. However, 28 per cent were less than satisfied

54 comments:

FUTURE LEADER said...

THIS STATISTIC FEELS LIKE A GIMMICK

Alloy Chikezie said...

That's good


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DOBY DOBY said...

Next

Anonymous said...

Really? Tot it wld be the UK

Anonymous said...

where is the evidence to back tho report up?

Caira NL said...

Anyone who need my nude picture hit mai name

Anonymous said...

Lol.. Come to U-jay and c how students always queue by the Atm.. The place is always filled up and sometyms i wonder.. Where is the poverty from??? Lol

Anonymous said...

hahahhahahahhahaha...

Anonymous said...

lol at list one positive thing the world can talk about Nigeria

haters-slayer said...

yeah, might be true sha, pls a little help here,i cant access my account any more,its always like this'click here to continue' vex is catching me o linda.

Olaleye Adisa said...

That's my country. ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥♡thanks ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥ 

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

abi o

Anonymous said...

Why won't we be, most bank said anything below N100k use the atm.

Anonymous said...

Who cares...*Amarachi*

Anonymous said...

Yep, Nigerians use other people's ATM card a lot.

Amarachukwu. said...

That's ok.

Anonymous said...

Why should this be a surprise.. We are predominantly a cash economy

Anonymous said...

yeha yeha so why your country still poor and you run to other countries?, you're so many in our country and you dont want to go back.....pomposity for nothing

bumshasha28 said...

Is dat good news?

Anonymous said...

This imbecile always asking people to hit his name for nude picture, possess dey catch you ni? Please you don't fit in here. Try pornhub or something. Jah bless.

Anonymous said...

Wetin concern us concern ur useless nude pics! Ashawo oshi!

myspnigeria said...

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@MeetdrealEvans said...

Dats good 2 knw, but when did all this survey happen, I wasn't asked, ojoro with ororo.



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Anonymous said...

lol Na wash

Anonymous said...

Bloody lie. How many ATM re in Nigeria, how many bank cards have been issued ? Company to countries that have been using cards and ATM for years

Apinex said...

Naija,una no dey carry last....

Anonymous said...

Pls stop wondering ooo lol,they are just withdrawing 2k only.the poverty is very real.

David (dave_gino) said...

Hehe. I trust. Niga no dey carry last. In all roundi...

Lady kim kim said...

Ciara abi wot is dat ur name?e b lyk say u dey luk for pple wey go use u for juju or na u wan use dem.park ursef for sumwhere abeg!
That's nigerians n atm for u,we no get tym to check tym

Juliet Dike said...

Shey na d 1k, 2k, and 5k wey dem dey withdraw....... Abi na award?

BlogThug/7AF3F60D said...

Most of dem go to withdraw less than 3k steady

Anonymous said...

i wonder what banking is in other countries...

Anonymous said...

It's is a lie..Linda this is not true...it's always been and will sure will be US. #guiness record. .is were u should be looking for

Anonymous said...

STFU Caira

FromCaptown said...

I Agree with that...

Anonymous said...

Weldone EY... You have done well to keep us educated...

Chidinma said...

Please how do i get a job in ernst and young? i am a graduate with little experience and i hear EY is a great learning environment, please linda forward my question and interest

Anonymous said...

"yeha yeha so why your country still poor and you run to other countries?, you're so many in our country and you dont want to go back.....pomposity for nothing" <------ Is it that we are just going to ignore this person that is insulting us???????

Okoro said...

According to them...

Aymii said...

A friend of mine worked there some years ago.......she said it was a great place,although she didn't stay that long before she moved some other place...she worked for EY in Manhattan .

Hope your grades were good, cos my friend tried...she finished from University of Pennsylvania (ivy league stuff).... Good luck.



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DRIZZLE said...

It can't be a lie, Nigerians are obsessed with ATM cards, most of them have just 1k and they want to collect card, when they are charged 1k I wonder what theyll use the card to collect, some banks have issued 5million cards so I cannot say its a lie, am in the industry, so I think I know what am saying

Anonymous said...

And wat country is that? Those there are definitely d ones making ur country a country. Minus them a u Ar all done 4

debbilicious said...

Linda..pls am nt begging for fish..buh how to fish is all am asking..I need a job..P.A, chef,secretary, driver,anything..just name it..am tired of being idle..plsss..Bunmmy56@gmail..pls post and safe a life..*crying*

Miss Why said...

It's probably very true and it is not a good thing. It means Nigeria is still a backward society. I can count the number of times I use the ATM in England which is a cashless society you people be feeling happy there. Olodos

Anonymous said...

@alloy you think linda will give you money in December like BONARIO that's why you must open your dirty gob on every issue on this blog. Woman wrapper.

Anonymous said...

This is NOT A GOOD THING. It means Nigeria is still a backward society and others are now cashless. In developed countries, you can use 'POS' to buy pepper in the market sef.

Debbie Chelsea said...

Nice 1

Anonymous said...

How can that be gud? It tells u that nigeria is yet 2 embrace online/ other cashless means of making payments for several things. It cost a lot of money to print and maintain cash u know. Plus d lesser d amount of cash in circulation, d better for d nigerian economy

Anonymous said...

Nigerians shld visit their individual banks and sign up for mobile/internet banking and experience more efficient banking. Since I signed up for mine, I don't think I have ever had to visit any bank to transfer money from my account to any other account in any bank in nigeria.

@edDREAMZ said...

I swear naija na die....
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

Angela Anaduaka said...

of coz we are the richest, no one can take our place

hilary obiorah said...

ATM wey no dey work 25 percent of the time!

Anonymous said...

...heaviest...Not surprised at all.Wid all d ATMs here and there.Some with queue that can form S or W...
UBA should do somethibg abt their poor network.


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