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Get up to N2m School fees loan for your ward with no stress

While children are resting at home and having an exciting holiday, parents can prepare for the next term in excitement too as Diamond Bank launches its Back to School with No Hassle Campaign.

Stress free loan
Stress free loan

With Diamond Back to School, Parents can get Up to NGN 2,000,000 in loan for their ward’s school fees. Attached to the loan is a convenient repayment plan that allows pay-back to be spread for 11 months.

Also, the bank has provided Personal Credit Card with access to up to NGN 2,500,000 as well. For those who are only interested in saving for their wards school fees ahead of the next term, there’s a structured school fees savings plan you can explore which rewards you with a 13th month bonus and also provides an opportunity to win a N100, 000 scholarship.

If it’s just an easier way to disburse your child’s allowance you need, then Pocket Money Made Easy, is just for you. With our free Cool-Teens debit card, you can give a Standing Instruction for prompt periodic money transfers to your wards in school. This way you eliminate the reminder calls and stress of going to the bank for transfers.

In addition to these, you can now make International Fees Payment with so much ease using online banking, Form A, and your Diamond Dollar or Pounds Debit card. Some of these platforms can be used for school fees payment within the country as well.

All in all, it’s a whole package of convenience for Parents, kids, and the school, as proprietors are not left out of the benefits. The Diamond School Advantage is a specially designed account for schools to carry out their everyday transactions and meet their non-financial needs.

Benefits to be enjoyed include:

access to finance for asset purchase, renovation & expansion, e-collections platforms for efficient School fees collections, Advisory services etc.

To get started and enjoy any of these offerings, speak to your relationship manager, visit any Diamond Bank branch or call 0703000000.


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