It is known to everyone that there have been a fraud on the side of digital money transfer. "MTN" which is one of the largest digital money transfer organization has decided to find a way to solve this problem and to protect people's money.
They just brought to a final conclusion that everyone should use his or her "ID card" for redrawing money. Since, everyone who has a mobile money account has registered his or her "ID card", it is going to be possible for them to use the "ID cards" in the process of redrawing money.
They decided to secure their transactions with these "ID cards" that were used by customers during their registration of their account. It is very secured because no one else can use any technical means to take someone's money.
Although some people don't like the new procedure but plan from the company is good and secured.
From the company, everyone should accept the new plan since it's the best way to secure the money. They really need everyone to understand the technical reasons about the new process.
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