How To Earn & Withdraw Points on ATS.NG | Earn Upto N10,000 Weekly.
Welcome to ATS.NG, this post will guide you on how to earn points which you can withdraw as money to you bank account. Read this post carefully to understand how the system works.
We are looking for students or non-students who will dedicate their free time to upload many off-campus hostels in their area to this website. We reward each hostel submitted here with 1 point.
How To Earn & Withdraw Points on ATS.NG
- You must sign-up as “Student” at https://ats.ng/register
- From your dashboard, click on “Add Hostel” – watch the instructional video to know more.
- You must fill all information about the hostel – including the name, full address or location, select schools closest to it, with clear pictures of the hostel.
- Some hostels have facilities and rules, click on the facility options and add those information too.
- Once you are done, submit and wait for admin to approve it.
- You can check your account balance anytime by clicking on “Withdraw”.
Also, we give 0.25 points each time your referral upload hostels. Click on referral link to refer friends through facebook, whatsapp and twitter.
– What is the meaning of ATS?
“ATS” is an acronym for “All Things Students”, meaning that ats.ng focuses on solving students-related problems as concerned with on and off-campus accommodation, sharing, selling and re-selling of new and used items within and outside campuses and school communities.
– Do ATS charge a fee for their services?
NO. We do not charge a fee for helping you find your perfect student accommodation. Selling and buying of items and services in the shop is also free. We built the platform for you, it’s yours!
– How Do I Become a User?
It’s easy, just register. We have three account types. Students, Agents & Landlords.
– Who should register as a student?
People who are enroled in school. Registering as a student enables you use all features of the site, including getting paid for posting hostels.
– Who is an Agent?
An Agent is a user who is primarily here to advertise hostels or items for sale. His/her primary contact is displayed alongside the property posted and is entitled to 10% rentage fee when property is taken by a student. An Agent is an “Agent”.
– Who is a landlord?
You are a Landlord if you own a property and want to list it yourself on ATS. Your own is to get students who wish to rent your building.
– How Can I Contact An Agent or Landlord?
Search for properties and view Agent’s or Landlord’s contact in the property page, then contact them to schedule viewing. If satisfied, pay for the rent (face-to-face) and take possession of property/item. PLEASE, DO NOT PAY INTO ANY ACCOUNT OR OVER THE INTERNET WITHOUT PHYSICAL MEETING/ARRANGEMENT. ATS WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR LOSSES OF FUNDS, MONEY OR THE LIKES!
– Can I cancel a booking?
Please ask the Agent or Landlord about the cancellation policy for your specific property prior to payment.
– Why was my ad deleted (varied reasons)
Your ad may have been deleted because the price quoted is below or above its current market value. Please ensure that the price for your item is reflective of its market value. One more thing- Input only numbers in the space provided for price. Do not format the price with spaces, punctuation marks or other special characters. For instance, an ad priced at Forty Five Thousand Naira, should state “45000” in the price box. Not “45”, “45k”, “45,000.00”. Your ad may also not be approved if such hostel has been posted already or you failed to provide all required information or good images of the property.
We will update this page with more Frequently Asked Questions as we see them come. Stay in touch!
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