In my previous post here, I talked about Prospa, A Webapp that makes it easy for businesses (both small and big) to create bank accounts from the comfort of their offices and homes for free. Prospa also allows you create Invoices, Send, Receive and Earn money.
In this post, we will be looking at how to make some money with Prospa without spending a dime.
What is Prospa?
Prospa is a Nigerian startup that is making it easier for business owners to manage their business from the comfort of their homes. You can open a bank account for your business (corporate account), create invoices, create sub-accounts for other people, add team members to manage your funds, send money, receive money and many more from your Prospa dashboard.
Prospa is like Piggyvest, Invoice NG and your banking app all wrapped in one.
Is Prospa Free?
Yes. There is a free plan.
You can later upgrade your account to enjoy premium features and gain access to additional benefits.
How Do I Make Money From Prospa?
Open a corporate account for your business on Prospa between 25th February and 10th March 2020, using the referral code (ZYW4CT) and you receive a bonus of ₦1,000 to get your account started. Let me break it down:
- Visit getprospa.com or click here
- Open an account for your business – use referral code (ZYW4CT) in the referral code section.
- You will receive your account number in your company name in 5 minutes.
- You will also receive a ₦1,000 deposit into your account immediately after registration.
You will also get your own referral code after registration, so when anyone creates an account for their business with your referral code, they’ll receive ₦1,000 and you will receive ₦1,000 as well.
Is Prospa Safe?
Yes. Prospa Technology Limited is a company duly registered under the Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with RC Number: 1594615. Account numbers to all bank accounts opened on the platform are provided by Providus Bank Plc, a company duly registered under the Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with RC Number: 198892 and duly licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
Are Accounts on Prospa Insured?
Yes, all accounts on Prospa are insured up to the NDIC limit. Prospa works with NDIC-insured banks to store your deposits, namely Providus Bank and Alpha Kapital Microfinance Bank.
I Have More Questions
I understand. Most of the questions you may have are already answered here
You can also email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: (234) 907 2191 521
Reach out to the contacts above if you need help. They are always more than willing to help