The upgraded electronic prepaid card has been introduced with the intention of reducing volume of physical cash business deal
In an attempt to support customers reduce volume of physical cash business transaction, the nation’s foremost indigenous Oil Marketing Company, Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) has decided to introduce an upgraded electronic prepaid card, GOIL Advantage Cards (G-Cards)
Existing and prospective customers will also be assisted to help manage fuel consumption and to reduce waste, with the help of these cards.
"The upgraded GOIL Advantage card has special security features to protect the customers as well as make easy mechanisms that would load cash onto the card at any GOIL Filling Station,” said Alexander Josiah Adzew, GOIL’s Chief Operating Officer.
New electronic machines have been acquired by the company which is a result of customer feedback. In order to facilitate the process of procuring fuel with the G-Card, these will be outdoored soon at all GOIL service stations.
Nationwide training model has been initiated on usage of the GOIL Prestigious Advantage Card, for Filling Station Attendants, so as to ensure customers are given the best and fast transaction time at the filling stations.
The Goil Advantage Cards have been customized for each individual or vehicle, whether staff members or fleet vehicles, will receive one customized card with name and/ or vehicle information embossed on the card.
Security features have been included in the G-cards which comprise a PIN number or a driver code, which must be entered before a transaction was authenticated to protect the interest of customers and also help individuals and corporate bodies manage fuel expenditure better.
“The attendants will enter Product, Vehicle Registration Number, Driver Code and Odometer Reading on the terminal; and this will print on the receipt as well as show on transaction records. This ensures that cards are only used for vehicles that are registered to them and no other,” added Mr. Adzew. Source: Ghana Web PWKD15062017