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Achiever Banking

Achiever Banking

Stay ahead of the curve with an account that reflects your lifestyle choices

 

 

 

Some of the Benefits

Shop online

Use your card to pay for what you want, securely and free of charge

Free services

Link your card for free online, cellphone, telephone and mobile app banking

Buy pre-paid

Buy airtime, data or electricity on your phone, online or at your nearest ATM

Achiever Online

24/7 Digital Banking
What You Get
  • Unlimited swipes and cash withdrawals at till points 

  • Unlimited electronic transactions and balance enquiries 

  • Cash withdrawals up to a value of E5000 at our ATMs  

  • Instant Money for sending or receiving cash using your phone, ATMs or till points  

  • Notifications on transactions via My Updates 

  • Free savings account with bonus interest 

What it costs
  • E 69 monthly fee 

  • Pay as you transact only after using your bundled services for the month 

How To Get It
  • A valid Swazi identity document 

  • Valid passport and work permit if you are an expatriate 

  • Proof of residence (such as a utility bill) 

  • Your latest payslip or a letter of introduction from your employer  

  • What You Get
  • What it costs
  • How To Get It
  • Unlimited swipes and cash withdrawals at till points 

  • Unlimited electronic transactions and balance enquiries 

  • Cash withdrawals up to a value of E5000 at our ATMs  

  • Instant Money for sending or receiving cash using your phone, ATMs or till points  

  • Notifications on transactions via My Updates 

  • Free savings account with bonus interest 

  • E 69 monthly fee 

  • Pay as you transact only after using your bundled services for the month 

  • A valid Swazi identity document 

  • Valid passport and work permit if you are an expatriate 

  • Proof of residence (such as a utility bill) 

  • Your latest payslip or a letter of introduction from your employer