You’ve probably wondered if it is possible to pay for Facebook adverts in naira, or you’ve heard severally of Naira card payment with PayU. Well, your assumptions are correct and are in order because it’s been over a year since Facebook made it available and this guide will show the exactly the easiest way on how to pay for facebook advert in naira. The best part is that it works with almost all Nigerian local bank’s ATM card, but to for optimal performance, I’d suggest you use a Master Debit card.
However, the new developments were only available to new customers who just opened a new ads accounts after the development and the option of Naira card payment with PayU wasn’t there. Old and existing customers were left out, then Facebook deactivated all their ads accounts (old Facebook Ads Accounts) for days, and gave them a new ads accounts with the same details, and payment with PayU became automatically active in it.
So now all you have to do is to follow the guidelines in this article, you are going to learn how you can make payments on FaceBook, and then you will be charged in Naira, and no more USD, and please make sure you have an active Facebook page with lots or few pictures on it.
How to pay for facebook advert in Naira?
1. To get started, you need to create a Facebook ads account. Creating ads account is quite easy, once you log on to your Facebook account from a PC, click on Ads Manager, then your ads account will be created.
2. Now, you will have to create your promotion or anything you want to promote on Facebook. (I trust you already know how to do that). A promotion can be a new article on your site or a new product, it can just be anything you wish to promote as long as it complies with Facebook ads policies.
3. After editing your promotion and it is ready to be promoted, click on the promote button located at the button, and then you will be taken to the payments section.
4. In the payments section, you will see Two or Three payments option which will be Payoneer, PayPal, Credit or Debit Card, and Naira Card Payment with PayU
5. Now click on Payments with PayU, then the screen below will appear, just click on Continue
6. When you click on continue, you will be taken to the next page where you will enter the amount you wish to fund your account with. Type in the amount you want, the naira sign will auto add itself.
7. On the next page, you will see the amount of money you typed in, click on Continue to confirm it, or click on Back if you wish to make any change(s)
8. Once you click on continue, a new browser window will pop-up. If you follow the steps correctly, the browser will surely pop up.
9. In the new browser window, Choose payments with a card, once you begin to type in your card details, it will detect whether it is a Master Card or Visa Card. Like I said earlier, it is best to use your bank’s MasterCard as other card types (VisaCard and VerveCard) may not work properly.
10. After filling out your card details, click on pay/continue. You’ll be required to enter OTP (One-Time-Password) which will be sent to you via SMS on the number that is attached to your bank account via a hardware token if you have one.
And finally, on how to pay for facebook advert in naira, you should see a success notification on your PC like the one displayed on the screenshot above.
You might not see Facebook adverts payments in Naira if you tried boosting a post on your page for the first time using a mobile phone. But once you are able to boot the first item on a PC with payment in naira, subsequent boosting(s) can be initiated from your mobile phone at ease because Fook will save your ads accounts, so all you need next time is to type in your card details and you are good to go. Then and only then is naira card payment with PayU is active on your account and the paying of Facebook adverts in naira is now 100% possible for you.
And while you are enjoying your Facebook advert payment in naira, don’t forget you can Turn Off Facebook Facial Recognition On Both PC And Smartphones App in case you are not ok with this new Facebook facial recognition feature