How to Open Clickbank Account in Nigeria – with or without GraphCard (2019)
On this article I will explain to your how to open Clickbank account from Nigeria and also receive you fund without any stress.
What is Clickbank?
For those who are not into affiliate marketing, ClickBank may sound strange to them but an affiliate marketers would definitely know what ClickBank is all about.
For the sake of educating everyone, I will briefly explain Clickbank before going into how Nigerians can register for it.
Clickbank is one of the largest online marketplace for both digital and physical products.
They connect vendors who create products, to affiliate marketers who are ready to promote and sell the products. There are lots of products on the Clickbank marketplace in whichever niche you can think of.
According to Wikipedia, the Clickbank has more than 6 million clients all over the world and has its headquarters in the United States.
But the sad news for Nigerians is that Clickbank membership is no open to them. But there is always a way around it.
The main essence of this write-up is to show you how to get past the whole hurdle of getting registered and be able to promote products in Clickbank marketplace to receive commission via any sales you made.
So many people have dropped statements saying that Clickbank has nothing new and profitable to offer. But the truth still remains that it is the highest paying and most effective affiliate marketplace that has made so many who they are today in terms of online finance is still Clickbank.
Clickbank offers multiple means of payment to their Affiliate Marketers, having PayPal as their primary payment option.
There is no hassle over identity verification to get started and start earning immediately with them.
Other alternative means of payment is also made available which is a great advantage – especially for blacklisted countries whose Affiliate Promoters would really like to promote their products and get paid e.g Payoneer.
With Clickbank, a single affiliate link can be attached to all promoted products for easy sales tracking and purchases, and many more benefits.
How to Open Clickbank Account in Nigeria
We shall look at two different options for Nigerians to open a Clickbank account from Nigeria.
Note: No matter the option you decide to use it is advisable to make use of a VPN or a Private Browser that can hide you IP address, so your current location will not be detected. You must use the VPN wherever you want to login to your Clickbank account.
One thing needed to open a Clickbank account is to get a foreign address. In this regard, if you have someone related to you outside Nigeria let’s say in US or UK, then all you need to do is to inform the person about this. If he or she agrees you have gotten the solution you need.
Next you can then sign up on Clickbank website. Navigate your web browser to “clickbank.com” and click on sign up.
This is all what you need to open and manage a ClickBank account here in Nigeria.
You account will definitely get accepted to enable you promote the products and earn while you doing so.
You do not necessarily need to withdraw the money you make from the Clickbank affiliate program. You can Choose to use it to pay for goods or services online.
But note that the goods will only be delivered to the address which you signed up with.
This option will be necessary for those who do not have anyone to give them a foreign address.
It this case all you need to do is to make use of the Graph Card service company.
This company will offer you a virtual address in United States of America, a phone number and the ability to receive Cheques without the need of a domiciliary account.
Virtual Address is a specific and personalized USA address.
Although, this service is not for free of charge – as you will pay a token. It will cost you about 1,000 naira monthly or even less depending on the current exchange rate. This you will keep paying to keep using their services alive.
What is needed to Open a Graph Card Account
Graph Card Registration is totally free of charge. Your option to either choose a personal or a reseller account.
To sign up with Graph Card – simply go to graphcard.com
Graph Card provides different services which includes Virtual Office. With the virtual office you will be given a virtual address.
The address is what you will use to open a ClickBank account. The address look something like what we have below.
LFR COMMUNICATIONS INC.
PMB: 3050, 8101 Sandy Spring Road Suite 220,
Laurel MD 20707 USA.
However, before you can get a virtual address, you will have to fund your Graph Card account using the Virtual Terminal Network (VTN).
The VTN is an online payment processor available for Nigerians. With this, you can successfully pay for products and services with ease locally.
To sign up with VTN simply navigate your browser to virtualterminalnetwork.com – Click on register, use the information in the Graph Card account you just opened.
After funding your Graph Card account you will then have your own virtual address instantly just for you.
Next you will go to ClickBank to register and sign up with your virtual address.
You can credit your VTN account by paying into their accounts via; GTBank, EcoBank and lots of other local banks in Nigeria. After the payment has been made, access your VTN account to confirm payment by clicking “Confirm Bank Deposit“. After which you can then click on the “Transfer to Graphcard” icon. This is how you can fund your Graphcard account from Nigeria.
How to Withdraw from GraphCard account.
There are two major way by which you can withdraw your GraphCard money.
1. Withdraw Via Western Union
You can choose to send the money in your Graph card account via western union to yourself right here in Nigeria and receive it within 72 hours (3 days).
2. Send Directly to your GTBank Account
If you have a GTBank account all you have to do is to send the money directly into the GTBank account and in less than 48 hours the sum will be credited to your account.
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