This guide will show you how to use First Bank transfer code to send money to any bank in Nigeria.
Transferring money from First Bank to First Bank accounts or to other bank accounts is now very easy; thanks to the introduction of internet banking and ATM machines.
First Bank, to make things even better, introduced Quick Banking.
The use of mobile banking apps requires an internet connection; Quick Banking on the other hand requires absolutely no internet.
Although transfer of money can also be done using Quickteller (ATM), Mobile/Internet Banking, etc., this guide will only focus on Quick Banking.
How can you use Quick Banking?
First, you need to have access to the phone number linked with your FirstBank account.
Afterwards, you need to create a Quick Banking PIN.
To do that, dial *894*0# using the mobile number linked with your First Bank account, select your debit card, enter the 4-digit PIN associated with that card, and choose a 5-digit PIN for the quick banking service.
If you’re done with the above steps, then you’re good to go…
Code for transferring money from First bank:
- To transfer money, dial *894*amount*recipient’s account number#
- Select the Bank of the recipient (e.g UBA, First Bank, GTB, etc.).
- Confirm the full name of your recipient and press send.
Your transfer request and transaction details will be confirmed via SMS.
The use of *894# quick banking to make transfers is completely secure, so long as you keep your PIN and SIM card safe.
However, if you are faced with any challenges call FBN customer care on 0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), or email [email protected] You may also visit the nearest FirstBank branch.
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