The management of Sterling Bank Plc, one of the fast growing, consolidating bank with branches round all the nooks and crannies of Nigeria has introduced income earnings platform ‘ tagged’ Bank’s one partner programme for it’s teeming customers and those in diaspora which would allow them to generate a mouth watering income without stress.
The programme, according to the bank would allow customers to generate mouth watering income by referring their family and friends to use the unique Sterling Bank products.
Speaking about the Sterling Bank unique products, the Divisional Head, Retail and Consumer Banking of the bank, Shina Atilola said the initiative offers Nigerians, Diasporans and customers a taste of truly passive income.
He said: ” joining the One Partner Partner programme will ensure consistent and long term income for customers on each newly introduced relationship, saying that the more people a customer refers to the bank, the more each customer gets paid monthly for up to five years, adding that the possibilities are truly limitless despite the times.
Atilola said that One Partner Programme could also serve as a source of income for employed persons who have a good network, adding that the programme is providing a platform for people to use their Network to improve their net worth.
He stated that the referral scheme is targeted at self-driven and passionate individuals who can leverage their relationship to create value, adding that such individuals could be entrepreneurs, professionals, ex-bankers, community leaders, and penssioners, among others.
Atilola stated that the One Partner Programme is also open to non Sterling bank customers, and it is an easy to register scheme which the customers could simply download the new Sterling One bank app, to first open an account ,then go on to register as a referral in the account section.
He said that once the new partner gets his/ her referral code,they share with their Network who will use this unique code in opening their accounts, and the sales are mapped to their efforts and they are paid accordingly.
Atilola added that customers who join the scheme will be entitled to a one-off fee per account they introduced with credits above N20,000 within the first two weeks of it’s opening.
He said the partner will then receive a monthly Commission of one percent per annum on average credit balance on the newly introduced accounts for the following five years.