If you are looking for how to pay for WES in Nigeria and have been so disturbed and time is running out, then this information will be just right for you. One reason for such difficulty is the daily spending limit for foreign denomination that the CBN of Nigeria imposed on debit cards. The maximum amount you can spend using your debit card is $100 whereas WES costs nearly $200 (230 CAD)
Well, there is always a way and you can trust us to always find a way in this country. Nothing can stop us. Here are some suggestions you can use to pay for WES in Nigeria. You can choose the option that best suits you.
Ask a Friend, Relative or Acquaintance in Canada to Pay For You. You can transfer the equivalent of the amount WES require to him or her in installment and after that payment can be made on your behalf from there.
Use the Service of Mrs ‘O’, the popular instagram Canadian lady who is well known for her knowledge on Canadian immigration. Her instagram handle is @studywithmrso. You can read about her or follow her on instagram to know more about her service.
Get a dollar card or virtual card dominated in dollars. The daily limit on these cards are usually in the range of $1000. If you don’t have a dollar debit card you can get a friend to help you pay with his while to send him the naira equivalent. Alternatively get a virtual card like barter. See How To Get A Barter card Here.
Hopefully in due time, the limit on daily spend on naira debit cards will be lifted. However, at the moment, the above options hold.
Can You Pay Through Western Union?
No you might not be able to able through western union as it is a payment service between individuals and not between an individual and a corporate body. Also, the official WES website does not state it as a payment option.