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Sarah Bentley

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Qazikoo bank is already causing panic and fear in the banking and finance industry before it  launches in September 2020 and the industry is not ready for what’s coming their way! With features and services like military grade style security encryption to your money and property and with over 25 currencies in one single account, Qazikoo is sure to cause some excitement in the banking trade.

Qazikoo bank supports a variety of applications, which includes amazing mobile banking with a mobile app and exciting investment schemes. Qazikoo has invested heavily in digital banking, placing it at the top of fintech start-ups. Being a highly anticipated unicorn company, Qazikoo has a lot to offer, not only with the futuristic features and services of the banking industry but also military grade security systems that will make those banks seem impractical.

Features and services include:

-State of the art impenetrable military-style encryption

-Its app is one hell of an application; not only is it super user-friendly but also eye-catching

-The card is another piece of magic; it will have both personalized card images and the layout will only represent you

-Qazikoo also offers instant and efficient currency exchange with over 30 currencies across the globe

-No fees will be charged on your card if you use it abroad

-Unlike other banks, your Qazikoo bank account will be able to accept up to 25 currencies

-Allows money transfer anywhere on this globe

-Qazikoo’s currency exchange rates are among the best, if not the best in the currency exchange industry

-With our internationally recognized IBANs, we make your international payments easier

-Other features include bill splitting, on the spot mobile notifications in case of any transactions or updates and super-exciting budget features

With all the above features and many more to come, Qazikoo bank is going to cause ripple effects in the banking industry. Jump on this wagon and let us redefine the digital banking industry.

Sarah graduated from USC with a degree in Mass Communications and went straight to work as a freelance writer covering current affairs. After getting published in Forbes, Sarah did a brief stint at Vice before deciding that the freelance life was more suited to her. She started writing for The Fledged in 2018.

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