This lesson offers frequently asked questions on the Kudi bank agency business. Go through them and clear your doubts as we continue to provide answers to your questions.

No. To become an agent with Kudi is totally free.

First, you have to be an agent and own a large network of agents.

Business hours for Kudi are between 8am-8pm (mondays-saturdays) and 2pm-6pm (sundays).

Click on the help section on the app. You can send a message at any time and your issue will be resolved. You can also call Kudi customer support number on 01 888 500 8 or email them  at:

No. Your Kudi NUBAN is personal to you and it is only for receiving money into your Kudi Wallet. Kudi will not be responsible for any fraudulent transaction performed with respect to your account number as you are solely responsible for the transactions recorded on your account.

Yes, they do. But it is based on the number of transactions you do on the app. They also give it out on a first come, first served basis.

Yes. You can now request to buy a POS from the Kudi app after updating it (if yours is not updated).

  • Login to Kudi
  • Click on Transactions
  • Click on the particular pending transaction
  • Click on Need help
  • Select the particular issue relating to your complaints
  • Add your comments
  • You can also upload an image or take a picture of the failed transaction
  • Click on submit
  • You will get updates on details of how your transaction is being resolved until it is done.

You will be given branded materials by operation managers once you sign up on the platform.

  • Open the APP
  • Click sign in with another user
  • Click on forgot password
  • Input the desired password and an OTP will be sent to you for password change completion.
  • You can then login with the new password.

Yes. Using the Kudi App, you can send money to anyone, anywhere in Nigeria through transfers. You can also make payment for bills and buy airtime and data without using a POS.