Payment

For this exclusive training opportunity we have divided the fees into two payments. Click here to review the details of the costs.

Application Fee of $300

Registration Fee of $1,200

For your convenience and security we have provided two methods of acceptable payment.

1. Bank Wire

Please remit the payment via international wire transfer as follows:

Bank Name: Zions Bank, N.A.

City/State: Salt Lake City, Utah

SWIFT Code:  ZFNBUS55

ABA Routing Number: 124000054

Account Number: 980595888

Account Title: Bridges To Your Best LLC

Reference: Your name and session you are registering for.

2.  PayPal

We are delighted to provide our customers with a 21st Century payment solution new to Nigeria through global payment powerhouse, PayPal.

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PayPal has partnered with FirstBank in Nigeria to provide a simple way to link your bank account debit card to PayPal. Please refer to Page 6 of the online brochure found here:
http://www.firstbanknigeria.com/assets/PDFs/paypal-bookletPRINTNEW-BRAND.pdf

If you do not have an account at FirstBank and do not want to create one, we have been told that you can set up your PayPal account separately. Once that is set up you can then use any credit card or debit (bank) card issued by any bank.

If you do not have a credit card you can use a debit (bank) card as long as the debit card has a Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover logo.

We will send you a customized PayPal invoice to you via email at each step of the registration and payment process. From that invoice you can create your PayPal account and make your payment. We will then send you a payment confirmation via email.

If you would like to learn more or create your account now click on the logo below.

PayPal Acceptance Mark

Please note that we only accept US Dollars. You are responsible to confirm the current exchange rate of Naira to USD to ensure the proper amount is credited to your account at Bridges To Your Best. Contact us at info@bridgestoyourbest.com with any questions.

 

Because PayPal was only introduced one year ago to Nigeria here are two links that provide more information you may find useful.

http://lindaikeji.blogspot.com/2014/07/first-bank-partners-paypal-to-expand-e.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7ngWx2MTlM

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