Best Point Savings and Loans on Thursday, October 7th engaged its customers in Ejusi after the launch of the Mobile Banking Services.
In collaboration of the Okese fm Live Worship team, Best Point Savings and Loans briefed its customers in Ejisu on how the Mobile Banking Service work and convenient it is.
Best Point Savings and Loans Company in some few weeks ago launched its Mobile Banking Service in Accra to provide virtual banking experience circumscribing all digital services to the doorsteps of their customers.
The tagged ‘Wo Phone Nie, Wo Sika Nie, ‘Best Mobile Banking‘, is been made to be operated on all types of phones, being it non-digital phones.
It serves the services of paying Utility bills and all forms of money transactions.
Speaking at the program, the Senior Business Development Officer, Fred Asante Sarpong said, ”Best Mobile Banking Service was introduced to help their customers do all kinds of transactions at any point in time and wherever you are.
”You now don’t need to keep huge amount of money on you when traveling, all you need to do is load it into your Best Point account and you can access it when you reach your destination”.
He also said that, ”Even if you loose your phone, you still have access to your money when you get a new phone, the only time someone can steal your money from your account is when you give the person your code, Even we at the bank has no access to your account and we don’t even know your code”.
To be able to access the Best Mobile Banking Service, you need to dial the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data (USSD) code *277#.
Best Point Savings and Loans has been in existence since 2013 after it was licensed by the Bank of Ghana to undertake the business of savings and loans in accordance with the Banks and Specialized Deposit-taking Institutions Act, 2016 (Act 930).
Best Point Savings and Loans had its total assets as at August 2021 at approximately Ghc360million, which is a 2 percent increase from the corresponding period last year. The institution has remained profitable despite the effects of the pandemic. As at the end of August 2021, the institution posted a Profit-After-Tax of Ghc3.70million compared with end August 2020 at Ghc3.556million.
Currently, Best Point has 18 branches across the country.