August 12, 2022

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Flutterwave, a fintech company, has announced that it will discontinue its virtual dollar card service, also known as Barter card, on July 17, 2022. The company announced this today in a message to its customers.

This means that Nigerians will no longer be able to transact in dollars on the platform. The development would also exacerbate the problem of dollar transactions for many Nigerians who use the service to make purchases outside the country.

According to the company, the service is being discontinued due to “an update from our card partner, which will cause the card service to be unavailable for an extended period of time.”

Here Is What Flutterwave Is Saying

We are writing to inform you that effective Sunday, 17th July 2022, all our Virtual Dollar cards will be unavailable for any transactions and purchases. This is due to an update from our card partner, which will cause the card service to be unavailable for an extended period of time.

Here is a breakdown of what to expect from 17th July:

1. You will be unable to make online and in-store payments and purchases using your Virtual Dollar Card(s).

2. You will be unable to fund existing Virtual Dollar Card(s).

3. Your existing Virtual Dollar Card(s) will be terminated, and the corresponding balance will be credited to your payment balance.

4. You will be unable to create new Virtual Dollar Card(s).

Urgent next steps:

Flutterwave advised customers to unlink their Dollar Card(s) from any recurring payments and replace them with another payment method, while noting that it was working with its card partner to restore the service as soon as possible.

The Barter card is accepted at most merchant sites that display the MasterCard logo. For payments and purchases, the Barter USD card can be used on most global payment sites such as Uber, Google Play, Apple Music, Asos, Udemy, Coursera, AliExpress, Namecheap, Facebook, PayPal, and others.

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