Reading this implies you're lucky, not for any other reason but for the fact that you just found the right information direct from a genuine source. Though it might not be useful to you BUT someone close to you might need it. PLEASE SAVE THE LINK.
I said it's right and timely information because many ignorant Nigerians had in time past and in present days been scammed by "internet liars" who are of the mind that they're into "online business" without any precise and concise definition of what they do online.
Quickly let's roll.
To start printing recharge cards in 4 simple steps,
1. A COMPUTER AND PRINTER
2. E-MAIL ADDRESS
3. RECHARGE CARDS PRINTING SOFTWARE
4. A TRUSTED EE-PIN DEALER
YOU DO NOT NEED
1. TO REGISTER WITH ANYBODY OR GET ACCREDITED
2. TO PAY HUGE MONEY TO TELECOMS PROVIDERS
3. TO BUY ANY MACHINE
(Scammers tell you these 3 points)
Though I believe you might have a laptop or Desktop computer, of you don't then you might need to get one. After that Get a printer - used or new printer is okay, depending on your capability.
Am sure you have an e-mail address, lol, that was rhetorical. If you don't have, sign up with Gmail or Yahoo to Get one but Gmail is recommended for security reasons. It's your email address that you'll be using to receive from the dealer.
Get a recharge cards printing software from vendors who sell it. Many people sell it but I'll recommend you get "DITCO PIN LOADER" from Ditco Software because I've also used it and it's pretty good, can be downloaded from their website at www.ditcosoft.com/pinloader for free, you only pay for activation later.
Not just any ePin dealer is needed but a TRUSTED one at that. Either the one recommended by your software vendor or one that you are sure of (verification of physical office might be necessary). The dealer would be the one to sell ePins to you. It is this that your software will convert to RECHARGE CARDS for printing.
Most dealers sell in bit of 100 pcs/network
These are the 4 simple steps to get you started. Now you don't have to fall victim of scammers.
I wish you the best as you decide to start something.