Stella Dimoko Pay With Capture - Keep Your Friends Close and Savings Closer


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Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Pay With Capture - Keep Your Friends Close and Savings Closer

So a group of friends or colleagues come together and decide to form a savings club, otherwise known as an esusu or ajo depending on what part of Nigeria you are from.

 Expectations are high with everyone excited about the possibility of multiplying their savings in a monthly pool. After all, together everyone achieves more, right? So what could possibly go wrong?

Then the issues start arising. One by one, each member delays or outrightly refuses to pay his or her contribution quota when payment is due. Relationships are ruined, and dreams of savings towards that big car, house or holiday fail to become reality. 

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying the traditional method of pool savings is completely flawed. There are many people who have benefitted greatly from this form of savings and have plenty to show for it. Instead, what I’m trying to do today is present you with a much more convenient and secure alternative.
Imagine if you could manage a savings club with friends from the comfort of your home and directly from a dashboard on your phone. Imagine if contributions were collected per account automatically, with little to no need to beg for compliance. 

That’s the amazing benefit PaywithCapture 5.0. has on offer for its users, amongst multiple digital banking features. The free savings club allows for linkage between different bank accounts, with auto-debits and credits to the benefit of everyone involved. Transactions are secure, transparent and can be carried out anywhere and anytime with the great offline capability PaywithCapture 5.0 offers. All you need is a mobile device, and that’s it.

To get started and enjoy the savings club feature and other amazing advantages PaywithCapture 5.0 has for you, download the app for free at
Join the revolution!


  1. Yayyyy😁🙌🏽🙌🏽

  2. This is for those that even have money to save.

  3. People are wicked, they take their esusu and will refuse to continue paying

  4. I stopped doing ajo with friends when they ate my money. When it was my turn to collect, dem scatter everything. Money i did not collect.

    anyway that is past tense

    1. If I must do sef I must be first or 2nd to carry....anything below that I no follow o.
      Don't have strength to run after people for my own money

  5. wow,this is great!...might try it out

  6. It is nice, i benefited from it.

  7. It's actually powered by access bank, u can also use to make transfers to any bank account and also use it to pay bills. It's safe and convenient.

  8. Today was my turn to collect, week 18 oh Jesus my peeps even sister collect the thing them no give me. Its as if someone told this people what i am passing thru. I have been sober all day, and I need the money to pay for my rent. Thanks to God for every situation. I will succeed.


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