How to open a ClickBank Account in Nigeria

Click Bank is an affiliate market for products, it would not be a bad idea to say that it is a warehouse of various products in different niches to help sell your products on the Platform.

ClickBank charges a specific commission for this, on the other hand, marketers sign up to click the bank in click bank to promote these products Sellers, through ClickBank, pay to promoters a certain commission based on the number of sales of the promoter.

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Anyone who registers in Clickbank must have an account in which the profits and withdrawals are made. 

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So now we were trying to figure out what strategy would work to open a Clickbank account in Nigeria. 

We have tried many methods that we will share with you in this article. However, we have put together two working methods that have to do with the starting up of the Clickbank Nigeria application process for you to use. They are all easy to follow and understand. You can proceed with the step-by-step guide to create a ClickBank account. 

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What you need to open a ClickBank account in Nigeria

  • Very Fast internet Connection
  • A working laptop or Desktop PC
  • Brand New Email/Gmail Address

So once you have the requirements stated above in order, you can then proceed to the step-by-step guide to create a working Clickbank account.

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Steps Involved In The Opening Of A Clickbank Account In Nigeria

  1. Visit https://account.clickbank.com/master/makebank.html 
  2. Click on Country option, scroll down to see Nigeria listed, then select it
  3. Enter your name in full, mobile phone number and the new email address you opened earlier
  4. Use a secure password; If not, follow the message below on the page to create a strong password 

After you must have carefully followed the method explained above, it is most likely for you to receive a message that your account opening request was unsuccessful or couldn’t be processed. I keep asking why they would show you there as if you could create a Nigerian clickbank account without using VPN. But the truth is that you can create a ClickBank account in Nigeria without a VPN, and this would be extensively discussed in the second method without mincing words. 

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Also,

You should know that to open a ClickBank account in Nigeria with this method, you need to know or have someone very close to you, and do live in one of ClickBank’s allowed countries? That is not really a big deal as not everyone has a friend or relative staying abroad.

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If you are so lucky to have someone in one of the approved countries by ClickBank, you can simply ask for help and explain why you need to create a merchant account Terms.

You can negotiate with your family or friend on how to divide your earnings. It can only happen if you trust that person to a good extent. 

You don’t have the correct details to open ClickBank in Nigeria, do you? Now you can tell the person to use your details to open their ClickBank account and then send you your login details here at Nigeria.

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If you have a friend, who is in Ghana, UK, the US, Canada, or any other country that is not blacklisted, then ClickBank Nigeria is a gateway for you. I mean, you are a game. 

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Conclusion

You might be asking yourself if Clickbank is a Business.  Yes, it is a business, and until you see it from that Way, you won’t be ready to make money with ClickBank yet. 

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