First bank transfer code to other banks - What is it?

First bank transfer code to other banks - What is it?

Banking today has been made much easier and more convenient compared to before. Thanks to the advancement of technology, banking can be done anywhere and at any time, all online. At the click of a button, we can transfer money to anyone in Nigeria. Recently, First Bank introduced an easy step process that allows its customers to conduct transfers on their phone without an Internet connection, to learn more continue reading this article.

transfer money from First Bank to another bank

The following information applies to persons holding a First Bank account. In order to make use of this new service you should have the following:

● A debit card linked to your account

● An active phone number linked to your account. This number should be able to receive SMS alerts

● Working mobile phone

First Bank's unbeatable service

The "894 Experience" is secure, quick and convenient. Besides transferring money, you can make a myriad of other transactions including checking your balance, air time recharges for yourself and others, mini statements, paying bills etc.

In order to access these services, simply dial *894#. After doing so, a menu will appear from which you will make your selections and then proceed. The menu will display two options, Quick Banking and First Monie. Quick Banking is for account holders only, this option will lead you to the list of offered services. First money is for both account and non-account holders, it allows electronic-wallet based transactions.

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894 Code to transfer money from First Bank to another bank

Transferring money from First Bank to other banks

Here is a simple step by step guide to a successful transaction:

● For a smooth transaction, begin by conducting a balance inquiry. You can do so by dialing the code *894*00#

● Proceed if you see that you have enough balance to continue your transactions. Dial the code *894*amount*Account number#. After doing so, select the name of the bank that is to receive the money.

For verification purposes, the name of the account holder receiving the transfer will be displayed.

Your 4 Digit ATM Card PIN and a 5-digit code for completing transfers will be required if this was your first transaction.

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With these easy steps, you are guaranteed to save time. Thanks to First Bank, banking is now at your fingertips, even without Internet or mobile data!

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Source: Naij.com

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