This post is originally from the naija.ng
Let’s be honest: everyone wants to earn money easily and have no financial problems. Well, Nigeria New Update (NNU) claims that they have come up with a way to do that. Learn more about the NNU Income Program (NIP), what it offers and how you can register for it (if it is something you are looking for). Check out this article and find out everything you need to know.
What is the NNU Income Program?
Not that long ago, Nigeria New Update (nnu.ng, formerly nnu.com.ng) created their Income Program in hope to help Nigerians and Nigeria as a whole to deal with their financial problems. Their particular focus is on young people, students and members of the middle class who are looking for some passive monthly income.
NIP has two divisions:
- NARS (stands for NNU Ad Revenue Sharing) allows participants to earn residual income by simply logging into their accounts on the daily basis, leaving comments, reading news, posting in forum topics or sharing specific sponsored posts on their social media. NNU shares their monthly ad revenue with people who participate.
- NAP (stands for NNU Affiliate Program) recognises all the approved registered accounts as affiliates, allowing their owners to earn 62.5% commission on referral. So if someone uses your referral link to register on the website, you will receive 62.5%, which is actually ₦1,000 (registration costs ₦1,600).
Thus, if you have a lot of friends, at least on the Internet, you can capitalise on that by offering them an opportunity to earn a passive income, at the same time profiting off them. That said, NNU claim that this opportunity is not for just anyone, as only people who have a positive mindset and an entrepreneurial spirit can make it.
Now, does this sound like a pyramid scheme? Yes, it does. However, we have not been able to find any proof that this is indeed a scam. Therefore, we advise you to proceed with caution, if you decide to. Nevertheless, the payment seems to be a once-only thing.
How does NIP work?
Now, if you think that you can just share the post and delete it as soon as possible, that is not how it works. On payday, your timeline will be reviewed, and if the post is not there, you can kiss your money goodbye (at least the money you could have earned for sharing sponsored posts).
But how can you get your money from all this? Well, the payment is disbursed on a monthly basis, and it is usually by the end of the month (27-31st of every month). During registration, you need to provide your bank details, and by the 25th of each month, you have to make a withdrawal request. That is how you can get your earnings.
That said, you cannot withdraw money if your earnings for the month are less than ₦5,000. Even then, there is actually no guarantee that you will get your money by the end of the month. In their FAQ section, NNU mention that sometimes the ad revenue is not enough to pay everyone, which is why the payments might be transferred to next month. However, who’s to say that it will be enough next month?
NNU registration process
Registering on nnu.ng is surprisingly simple. You just have to go to nnu.ng/create-account and fill in the form. If you have been referred, do not forget to write their referral link. Here is it Tobbex the referral link
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When you get to the payment method, here is where you need to make a decision. You can pay via either Paystack or Coupon. Paystack means that you can pay online with your card with no delays and with instant approval. Alternatively, you can get coupons from one of the coupon distributors, whose phone numbers can be found on the website.
Once you register and pay, you need to wait for your account’s approval. After you have been approved, you can add more information to your account and start earning your money! Your dashboard will tell you everything you will need to do in order to get those coins.
If there is still something you would like to learn about NNU or their Income Program, visit nnu.ng, where you can find all the relevant information.