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Xtreme BeerBank is a micro investment scheme that allows pre-qualified Nigerians to invest "beer-as-a-fast-moving-consumer-good" (FMCG) into a "FMCG's-trading-businesses" for a reasonable & constant monthly interest. Unlike the traditional bank that trades in currency, the only form of investment and trading in BeerBank is Beer.

Xtreme BeerBank is not for everyone. Meanwhile, any Nigerian that applied online and whose provided details match our pre-determined investor's criteria would be invited onto the platform. Click here to apply.

To begin, click here to submit an application. Wait 15 minutes for your application to be reviewed. If approved, you'd received a phone call with instuctions on how to complete your registration.

We are legitimate business investing goods instead of cash into chains of small businesses trading beer as FMCG on a daily basis. We put our investor's goods to work everyday and we generate profit everyday.

We pay 20% profit monthly on every 10 crates of a specific beer brand. Click here to apply.

No! We are not a traditional bank that trades in cash. All investments and profit % payout are in beer. Meanwhile, we have a beer trading partner that helps you convert your beer to cash and pay directly into your specified bank account. Anytime! Anyday

The minimum investment period with Xtreme BeerBank is 3 months (i.e. once you are accepted into the scheme, you might not be able to close your account until 90days). However, we pay your 20% interest every month. The maximum time you can spend in each stage of the scheme is 3 months, after which your account will be automatically closed and your initial investment would be given back to you. You can then re-apply if you wish to continue with Xtreme BeerBank.

Xtreme Beer Bank is a registered company with the Nigerian Corporate Affairs Commission. We invest goods into legitimate businesses and payout goods as interest without violating the right of the investors and the law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.