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Monday, 10 December 2018

Wema bank transfer code on Phone: Transfer Money, Recharge.

Wema Bank Transfer code to Other Banks

                                               Wema bank transfer code
Wema Bank Transfer code on phone offers its customers a wide range of products and services through its mobile banking portal. All aimed at making basic banking operations easier, more user- friendly and reliable. This has plenty of advantages compared to the manual operations that were once the only option available. Before Electronic banking systems were introduced, all banking operations were carried out manually.

They were very slow, inefficient, unreliable and dissatisfying to customers. Many times customers would have to show up at their banks very early in the morning just to get basic transactions done, and often times they ended up spending the whole day at the banks. Bank staff got exhausted, materials ran out of supply, and everyone just got angry!

The introduction of Electronic banking (E-banking) was done to curb these inefficiencies – which it did, to some extent. E-banking replaced all the manual procedures, but the customers still had to come to the bank physically. Over time, e-banking systems began to stagger under the weight of the ever increasing volumes of transactions that had to be processed. Many times issues of broken-down servers came up, as well as problems of network and connectivity to the bank’s central online administrative system.

However, the entry of Mobile Banking features into the Nigerian banking ecosystem eliminated almost all of these problems without much stress in one clean sweep. Nowadays, with mobile banking, customers need not appear in the bank to perform basic transactions again – as long as they have a network-enabled mobile phone to access their bank’s mobile banking portal. From the comfort of their homes or offices, they can easily perform transactions and receive appropriate notifications.

Wema Bank’s instant banking is hassle-free for your daily banking and it works on any type of phone; be it Android, IOS, Symbian or Java phones. With Wema Bank mobile money transfer code various transactions like money transfer, account balance, bills payment, airtime recharge, and email update can be performed on your phone without the internet.

How to Transfer Money with Wema Bank Transfer Code (Mobile Money)

You must have a phone number registered with the bank.
To transfer money from your Wema bank account to any bank account in Nigeria, dial *945*Account Number*Amount# and follow the on-screen command to complete the transaction. For example, you want to transfer N20,000 – dial *894*0056738973*20000#
The money is transferred and you receive an SMS informing you your transaction was successful.

Wema Bank Transfer code for Airtime Recharge Code – USSD Banking

To recharge your phone or any person’s phone number with airtime, simply dial *945*Phone Number*Amount# – for example if you want to recharge N3000, dial *945*08012345678*3000#

How To Check WEMA Bank Account Balance

Mobile banking works through a a unique USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data) portal. Every bank has a unique code that when dialed, links directly to their mobile banking portal, through which their customers can access their account and perform basic transactions like account balance checking, money transfers, etc.

Wema Bank’s USSD portal is accessed by dialing *945#.

To check your account balance, simply dial *945*0# from your registered mobile phone number.
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Sunday, 18 November 2018

Access bank transfer code

Access bank transfer code/USSD Banking made Easy

Access bank transfer code
 This post contains USSD Code to transfer money from Access Bank to other banks on your mobile device with or without internet | Android, iOS, Windows etc.

How To Get code to transfer money from Access Bank to other Banks on your mobile device below.

There is nothing stopping you from doing a money transfer from Access Bank to other banks on your mobile device. You can carry out this transaction anywhere and at any time convenient for you.

Access Bank now support direct mobile transfer of funds on your mobile device, it works on all mobile device (works on Android, iOS, Windows, etc) with or without internet, all you need to do is to enter the USSD code on the number registered with your Access account.

This service is packed with many benefits:
It's fast, convenient, and secure
Its availability 24/7
It saves you the stress of queuing up in the banking halls
You can pay all utility bills from the comfort of your home.

Before any transaction can be made using the *901# service, it has now been made mandatory that the access bank customer creates his/her unique security code which will be required for any *901# service. PREVIOUSLY, only the last four(4) digits of the BVN was required but recently, the BVN digits is no longer in use.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE *901# SERVICE
Below are the step to step process of registration
On your bank registered phone number, dial *901#
Follow the generated prompt to select 8(NEXT) then 5(CREATE PIN) option to Create/Reset Pin
Enter the last four(4) digits of your Access bank ATM Card
You will be requested to enter your choice 4 to 6 digits security code which will be used for all transaction

After successful registration, you can now make use of any of the transfer codes below and on request, input your security code to initiate transfer.

ACCESS BANK TRANSFER CODE

Transfer to other banks: Dial *901*2*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#. Charge is N80+N4.00(VAT)
Transfer to Access Bank: Dial *901*1*AMOUNT*NUBAN Account Number#  from your phone number, then authenticate with your transfer security code.
NOTE: You can only use the Phone No. you used to open your Access bank account and the daily limit for transfers is N20,000.

ACCOUNT OPENING
You can also open an Access Bank account  from anywhere without visiting the branch and this service does not require filling of forms. No minimum opening balance is required.
STEPS
Dial *901*0# and follow the text prompts
You will be asked to provide your personal details or your BVN number
Upon provision of the required details, you will receive an SMS with details of your new account number.
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Access Bank Transfer Code ( USSD Money )

To transfer money from Access bank to another bank, follow the steps below;

Dial *901# and follow the instruction.
Select 2 (Transfer Funds)
Select 1 to transfer to Access bank or 2 transfer to other banks
Enter Amount
Enter Account Number and follow the prompt.
If you can’t use the USSd code method to trasnfer funds across to other account holders then here is an alternative to that method;

Access Bank Transfer Via Mobile App
You can send money using your Access bank mobile apllication. I use this too often, may be because I think it’s more secure than the above. Anyway, here are the steps..

Click here to download the Access bank mobile application on iPhone and Android to get started.
DATA PURCHASE
With your Access Bank, you can purchase data for all communication network by dialing *901*8#

BALANCE ENQUIRY
You can also check the status of your account any time, wherever you are. This service is free of charge
STEPS
Simply Dial *901*5# on your Access Bank registered phone number
Input your security code
Your account balance is immediately generated after this has been provided.
This Access Bank *901# USSD Banking is available on all networks and it supports all smart and feature mobile phones. Only customers with an Access Bank account can perform transactions using *901#. Airtime is not required to use *901# but some Service providers charge for USSD code transactions. Finally, you can also use this service outside Nigeria as long as you are roaming your mobile number.

FAQ:
For assistance, additional queries and support using *901#, please call the Access Bank Contact Centre on 07002255222377 or send an email to contactcenter@accessbankplc.com.
You can also start a conversation with the Access Bank Live Chat

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Saturday, 10 November 2018

First bank transfer code - USSD*894# Quick Banking

Transfer of funds from one account to the other has never been simple until the introduction of Internet banking which paved the way for other related services that grants 24 /7 access to banking services online (First bank transfer code) to carry out banking transactions without visiting the bank.
                                          First bank transfer code                                                  
894 is a quick, convenient, secure and easy way to perform your banking transactions (transfer money, check balance, buy airtime, pay bills and lots more) anytime and anywhere, using any type of phone without need for internet connectivity or data.

Once you have a FirstBank account with a linked debit card, a phone number profiled for SMS alert and a mobile phone, you are just one dial away from enjoying the unbeatable 894 experience.

Banking transactions can now be performed on the go irrespective of location or time as there is no worry of internet connectivity or a token device, but only a Personal Identification Number (PIN). To send money, simply dial *894*Amount*Account Number#; select beneficiary bank; confirm amount, beneficiary name and enter five-digit PIN; then select account to debit. For airtime recharge: simply dial *894*Amount# to recharge for self; to recharge for others, dial *894*Amount*Phone Number# and enter five-digit PIN. FirstBank customers can transfer up to N100,000.00 per day and recharge airtime up to N10,000.00 per day. To generate account mini statement, dial *894*Account Number#, and to check account balance, the magic code is *894*00#.

How to transfer money - First bank to First Bank and other Banks without Internet

First Bank transfer code

Ensure you have enough Balance in your account to make the transfer and dial *894*amount*Account number# and select Destination bank to send money.
The account name you're transferring money to will be displayed for verification purpose.
You will be required to enter your 4 Digit ATM Card PIN if this is your first transaction and also create a 5-digit code that will be used to complete transfers.
NOTE: The code must be dialed from the Phone number linked with your First bank Account. (The number you receive transaction SMS alerts on)

The first bank USSD Transfer option is now as easy as other banks transfer codes I've used.
Users of First bank who don't use a smartphone, don't data or can't go to the bank especially on weekends like this, you have no option than to use the First Bank USSD code for transfers.

Alternatively, you can choose to download the First Bank Mobile Application, get registered by entering your ATM Card details to link your account with the App but transfers will require that you obtain a hardware from first bank branch or use soft-token (SMS codes) which sets a 200,000 limit on daily transactions.

So, enjoy Quick Banking with USSD FirstBank transfer Code *894#


Direct questions on this subject matter or complaints to First bank customer care:
0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), 01-4485500, 0708-062-5000
or email complaintsunit@firstbanknigeria.com
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