Backed by global investors, Payday is gradually becoming the PayPal for Africans


Founded by Favour Ori in June 2021, Payday has secured over $2M to solve cross-border payment problems for Africans globally. Payday is on a mission to facilitate an inclusive, accessible & connected global financial system for Africans no matter where they are. 


Payday has amassed thousands of users who use the platform to send money within & beyond Africa (in minutes), shop online using the Payday Mastercard, pay bills, tuition & fees, etc


Payday is also used by foreign businesses such as TalentQL, Fleri Health, Healthtracka, etc to pay their Employees & contractors across Africa.


It has attracted significant global investors such as Techstars, Ethos VC, Acuity Ventures, Ingressive capital, Lofty Inc, Microtraction, Magic Fund, Ventures Platform, Voltron Capital, CcHub Syndicate, Olugbenga Agboola (CEO Flutterwave), and a host of others


“What we are building is very exciting. We are building the future of money for Africans, and we are just starting out. Totally lucky to be working with the best team, investors & global partners to solve this critical problem”



Download Payday (available on iOS & Android)


iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/payday-africa/id1573895439


Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.usepayday.app


Website: https://www.usepayday.com/



Payday recently launched an Ambassador Program that lets people earn up to $1000 by simply telling & getting their friends to use the platform. Apply to become an ambassador here: https://www.usepayday.com/ambassadors

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