Malawi SkyPayments introduces Virtual Debt Master Visa Cards

If you have been having problems with shopping and bill payments, now you have all reasons to smile following the introduction of Virtual Debt Master Card Visa Cards by Malawi’s leading technology company Sky Payments.

Virtual Master Cards will enable people to make payment for online purchases only.skypayments

Tepeka: Sky payments
Tepeka: Sky payments

According to Sky Payments’ Managing Director, Elijah Tepeka, people need to apply online to be accredited with the card and they can do so via

“When people get on the website, they simply have to enter an email address, mobile number, physical and postal addresses and upload a copy of their identity card,” said Tepeka adding: “once the application is approved, they have to pay a card processing fee of $25 (K10, 000) and once that is done, they get an approval email.”

According to Tepeka, deposits can be made to registered accounts via a given bank account or mobile money to start shopping and making online payments.

“This is a very secure way of making online payments and we have partnered Bank of Singapore which is very advanced technologically and people don’t have to worry of being duped as we are also using very advanced SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) which protects websites from hackers,” said said Tepeka.

People can use Virtual Debt Master Card Visa Cards online to import cars, spare parts, paying for examinations for those writing with international boards and other related payments on eBay and Amazon among others.

Established in August 2013, SkyPayments aims to contribute to human development using technology and innovation through the provision of instant and affordable money transfer services.

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