Pillow Fund Is Shutting Down in Nigeria: Withdraw Your Money NOW!

by | Jul 11, 2023 | News | 0 comments

The dollar savings app, Pillow Fund, is shutting down its services in Nigeria.

The Team gave regulatory uncertainty as the reason for stopping its services and has called on its users to withdraw their funds.

This was done via an email sent out and the message on the app informing its users that Pillow Fund will be closing its operations on 31st July 2023.

The Pillow Fund team assured users of the safety of their funds (deposits and interests accrued) and their availability for immediate withdrawal.

They further urged users to proceed with the withdrawal of their investments via the modes available to them.

What This Means For Users

  • Users’ investments will remain safe and accessible to them to withdraw till 31st July 2023.
  • Crypto withdrawals will be available till 31st July 2023.
  • Users with that can access the bank withdrawals have until 14th July 2023 to do that. This was formerly scheduled for 7th July 2023. Note that withdrawals to bank accounts can take up to 5 business days to process.
  • Your investments will stop accruing interest and the reward section will no longer be available.
  • The Pillow app will be discontinued on Play Store and App Store on 31st July 2023.
  • Deposit services (both via crypto and bank account) have been suspended. Any deposits made after services have been discontinued cannot be refunded.

In a nutshell…

Take out ALL your funds from Pillow app.
If you are withdrawing to your bank account, do that before 14th July 2023.
If you work with crypto withdrawals, do so before 31st July 2023 to avoid regrets!

So, what now?

2023 has been a rough year for cryptocurrency in general as we have seen the closure of many platforms and services.

Not to mention the several lawsuits going on, especially between the SEC and crypto exchanges, and changes in government and their policies in various areas.

We even had cases of SEC labeling some coins such as Ethereum, Solana, etc. as securities.

But we are not backing down yet; neither is the crypto verse shifting grounds.

The crypto verse is one with massive opportunities and it is up to you to take advantage of them.

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Chiamaka Atueyi
Crypto Content writer at Nigeria Bitcoin Community. Whether as a member of my high school Press club or part of the Scriptwriters in my community, I've been on a writing path from the start. The reason? I like keeping people informed.