Hello Partner, have you ever imagined what life after retirement will be like for you?
Well, we have thought of that for you, and our dream for you after retirement is to live a stress-free life. One where you can afford feeding, clothing, buying aseobi, buying gifts for your grandchildren and so much more!
It’s never too late to achieve this dream, Partner! This is why we are happy to introduce the PayCentre Pension scheme to you.
What is PayCentre Pension, you ask?
It is a pension account that we have created for you, where we put a part of our profit on all the transactions you carry out on PayCentre.
Once you carry out a successful transaction with us, a part of our charges is automatically kept aside and put in your pension account.
Your pension account will be credited in the first week of every month by us.
How does it work?
- Do more Transactions
The more successful transactions you carry out, the more money your pension account gets funded with.
- NIN and Next of Kin data
To be able to withdraw from your pension account, you will need your National Identity number and the details of your next of kin.
A message will be sent to you to requesting for this information via the PayCentre Application, so if you do not have your NIN, you can visit the closest National Identity center to get it done.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- What pension company is the account opened with?
Your PayCentre micro pension account is opened with ARM Pensions
- How do I know when I am credited?
You will receive a credit alert from ARM pension, every first week of a new month
- How will I get my pension account details?
Your pension account details will be updated on your agent portal and you can see how much is being contributed daily for you there too.
- Will PayCentre debit my purse or account for the pension
No, you will not be debited at all for this pension contribution, PayCentre will pay it all for you.
- Can I withdraw the pension money whenever I want?
For a pension account, the first withdrawal (40% of total savings) can be made after 3 months, and then 40% of what was saved up in a particular month can be withdrawn when the month ends, however, we advise you wait and save it towards retirement instead.