Speak of financial innovations, speak GTbank. When GTbank launched the *737 short code, only a few could guess the power behind it. It is a powerful code that gives you full access to your bank transactions at your comfort zones or on the move. This service which empowers GTbank customers to easily perform third party transfers to both GTbank to GTbank and also from GTbanks to other bank account holders in Nigeria with relative ease via their mobile phones, by simply dialing the USSD short code *737 with details of the amount and account number (NUBAN) of the beneficiary. The 737 GTbank transfer service has been introduced to build on the success of the Bank’s One Click Top –up to enable GTB customers send instant money transfers directly from their mobile phone, irrespective of their status or phone type.
How To Transfer Money From GTBank to GTBank Accounts.
When transferring from GTBank to GTBank, the process is simple, you do not need to perform any special magic, simply follow the steps below and you are good to go.
Step1: Dial *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account No# e.g. *737*1*1000*1234567890# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.
Step 2: Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate the transaction.
Step 3: Wait for the transaction to be completed.
How To Transfer Money From GTBank to Other Bank Accounts
On how to transfer money from GT Bank to other banks, the process is practically the same with how to transfer money from GTbank to GTbank, though the only difference between both is that bank charges will definitely apply when carrying out this transaction. This is usually referred to as operational charge; these charges are quite minimal though.
Follow carefully, the steps below
Step 1: Simply dial *737*2*Amount*NUBAN Account No# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.
Step 2: Select recipient’s bank (FBN, Access, Zenith, UBA & DBN)
Step 3: Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard.
Step 4 Wait for the transaction to be completed.
You will receive debit alert once the transfer is successful.
Usually, the account name of beneficiary or receiver of the money will be shown on the screen of your mobile device, this is before you enter the last four digits displayed at the front of your debit card, that is, the number that is right above where your name is inscribed. This is actually to allow you verify and confirm that you are sending the money to the right person. It’s simply a way of also limiting frauds.
If you’re using same phone number on your savings and current account, your current account will be debited.If you are a GTbank customer, then I think you should count yourself quite lucky because learning how to transfer money from GTbank to GTbank and from GTbank to other bank accounts save time and energy.
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