The popular online store – Konga.com has partnered with Zenith bank Plc to deliver effective online payment to teeming online buyers. Just like PayPal, you can use KongaPay to buy various products from Konga online store.
According to them, KongaPay is a secure online payment platform created in partnership with Zenith bank. The main idea behing KongaPay is to make online shopping save and secure while putting the user in full control.
With KongaPay, your refunds and sales processes are automatic and happen with ease. The advantage of KongaPay is that you are absolutely in charge in every transaction you make – meaning that you can cancel and transaction anytime and the amount spent will be refunded.
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Another advantage of KongaPay is that you can shop just on the go with your mobile devices using the KongaPay App. The app is available on Android OS, Windows and iOS devices.
Also, Konga online store offers 5% discount on every item bought with KongaPay. I think this is a good move to silence pay on delivery method.
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