There seems to be a secret war that’s going on between EcoCash and some few banks. Some banks including Stanbic and ZB Bank have blocked their customers to use the ‘Swipe into EcoCash service’. So now EcoCash has given out a list of banks that you can still do ‘Swipe into EcoCash’. Here are the banks;
- Steward Bank
- Standard Chartered Bank
- National Building Society
We don’t really know yet what’s the reason behind the blocking of the Swipe into EcoCash service by some banks. But the last time, banks in their totality, suspended the service it was something to do with the way the service is done technically.
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But I have just swiped into my ecocash from my ZB account
Stanchart. Is now blocked without notice
With StanChart you can use Bank to Wallet services which cost $2 plus tax everytime you use the service. That’s comparatively expensive but not a as big a deal as the fact that at the moment you cannot receive ZIPIT and ultimately means no Wallet to Bank services. You can only receive money via RTGS, Incoming Wire or Internal Transfer. That sucks.
Barclays Bank charges to receive via RTGS. Not sure about other banks. Which of these banks is a better devil to use?
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