Buying Or Funding Liberty Reserve Account Using Naira In Nigeria
Its not just too cool to have a liberty reserve account and not have some fund in it as the account will be dormant in the sense that you can not use it in making payments online for goods, services or other related activities that require your lr account, unless you just want to create the account not to feel left out.
Over a couple of times now, i have been getting a couple of mails regarding funding liberty reserve account in Nigeria via the use of Naira which is the Nigerian Currency, some even ask ‘How Do I Open A Liberty Reserve Account In Nigeria?’
Unlike PayPal, Liberty Reserve allows Nigerians to own an account so you need not bother yourself about going though some trick to own an account like paypal.
What Is Liberty Reserve Account?
Like i had stated in one of my previous posts, Liberty Reserve which is short called LR, is an online banking medium via which you can save up your money in dollar currencies and use them in making payments for goods and services online. You can also receive payments to your lr account and can send fund to lr account, all transactions are done online.
How Do I Fund Liberty Reserve Account Using Naira?
If you are a Nigerian and wishing to fund your account using your local currency which is Naira, then you will need the services of people or companies called ‘Exchangers‘. You pay them in your local currency and they fund your account with the equivalent depending on the current rate at that time.
LR sells at a rate between N160-N190 per dollar and this varies from time to time and also depends on the exchangers you are using.
Where Can I Get LR Exchangers?
First, I’d like to state here that i have never used the exchangers stated on lr exchangers page and thus, business done with them are at your own risks and the reason am stating them here is because they are been mentioned on the official sites of Liberty Reserve, you can view the list of lr exchangers via Liberty Exchangers Page.
How i Fund My LR Account.
Personally, i fund my lr account via a friend who happens to be an exchanger too, based on scams that are been reported on the internet, i prefer doing business with someone i know, someone i was referred to or someone i have over the time learnt to trust.
All i do is give this friend a call and pay to his bank account and he funds my account with the equivalent immediately after he confirms my payment. Most times when i ask him to credit my account, he does that even before i make the deposit and that’s due to the trust we both have on each other and I’d recommend him to anyone who will be willing to buy or fund his Liberty Reserve Account using Naira in Nigeria.