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Check out AltMall Nigeria: The E-Commerce Answer to your Needs
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Check out AltMall Nigeria, The E-Commerce answer to your needs
Every season, we find that there are things that require a grand re-introduction, and as self-acclaimed connoisseurs of life and style, we’re very excited to be introducing Alt Mall- Sterling Alternative Finance’ poster product. Alt Mall is an e-commerce platform that gives you the opportunity to pay for your products in installments. This eases the burden of having to pay for everything at once.
Your first click on the website (www.altmall.ng) welcomes you to a range of products- from electronics, home and office essentials to kitchen appliances and a host of other products all at your beck and call, all for the pleasure of buying immediately and paying back in installments at 0% Interest rate.
Don't just take our word for it, see what Mory Coco, Salem King, and Shaffy Bello are saying- they’ve been spreading the good news about Alt Mall.
Alt Mall also offers a personalized shopping experience that both surprises and delights. Personalized shopping allows you shop for products that are not available on the website, allowing you choose the product and a specific vendor. See an item anywhere and would like to buy it? Send the details via a personalized shopping form and the item would be sourced for you.
Beyond shopping, Alt Mall rises to educate Nigerians about credit, shining a neon light on an alternative where it is important to be creditworthy, especially for modern living. As business owners, mortgage lenders, utility providers, and even employers—credit predict your future financial responsibility.
What do you need to pay in installments on Alt Mall?
You need good credit – pay your bills on time, make utility and cell phone payments from your account, pay off debt and keep other credit balances low, don't apply for too much credit, especially if it is more than your earnings.
What don’t you need to pay in installments on Alt Mall?
You do not need a salary account. - Alt Mall knows that not everyone earns a salary. As long as you have consistent cashflow on your account, you qualify for installment payment.
Still wondering why you should shop with Alt Mall?
AltMall's flexible payment plan allows you to get what you need while conserving funds for other important needs.
AltMall charges no interest – instead you have a mark-up duly divided on your item and you will be able to pay for your item in equal, bite-sized chunks.
The monthly payments on AltMall are usually low so spreading the cost of your purchase over a period allows you keep to your budget.
We daresay shopping just got an upgrade!
AltMall is social, check them out on-
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/altmallng
Website : www.altmall.ng
AGS Lightbox Session: TRUST FUND BABY!
I have a friend who’s a Trust Fund baby, her dad passed in an accident when she and her siblings were toddlers. Till today, they still earn from their dad’s estate, over 20 years after.
Join us tonight by 8 pm.
Her mum structured a lawsuit settlement payout in such a way so that it paid for private school and her first car. Even when she graduated from uni in the middle of a recession, she also had more than $300,000 in an investment account. She currently receives an untaxed income of $4,000 a month and will continue forever...
How was all of this able to happen? Her mum set up a Trust Fund for her and her siblings, if not, they would have spent the money on frivolous things in the past.
We all know those instances, a rich parent passes on, next thing, the lives of the rest of the family is in shambles. A lot of times, this happens due to a lack of information.
Remember when Olamide passed, I thought this was the best thing to do for her kids so they are almost sef up for life. I used to manage an Education Trust Fund. Every year, we used proceeds from the Trust to build no less than 6 blocks of classrooms across Nigeria. The capital was NEVER TOUCHED!
Wills and Trusts protect your family whether you’re gone or not. Some people even do their charitable work through Trust Funds they set up. I particularly love Trust Funds because you can set them up for any purpose. You can even set it up in a way where you get a payout from it when you are older, and that helps you not just depend on your pension. I know a lady, in fact, an AGS Triber who told me she put 10m in a Trust Fund about 2 years ago; now she decided to take a break from full-time employment and she lives on the interest that comes from the Trust.
To discuss this very important topic, we are bringing on an absolute boss lady, Mofoluke Keshinro, @mo_kesh1 who leads the Head of Private Trust Services at FBN Quest! She’s also the first certified Trust and Estate Practitioner in Nigeria.
To be part of it, download our app for iOS or Android and upgrade to a Silver (N5,000 monthly) or Gold (N50,000 yearly).
By the way, I am not a Trust Fund Baby! LMAO! I shall beg my parents to join this session😂
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