How To Use First Bank Transfer Code Effectively

How To Use First Bank Transfer Code Effectively

How To Use First Bank Transfer Code: With the introduction of First Bank Transfer Code, transactions can be carried out with ease.

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One is able to make lost of transactions from the comfort of their rooms, bed office and in times of emergency.

You can also use First Bank Transfer Code to pay bills well.

Facts About First Bank.

  • First Bank was established in 1894 as ‘Bank of British West Africa’.(You can see that on their logo) It was however renamed First Bank of Nigeria in 1979.
  • First Bank Logo on a post about How To Use First Bank Transfer Code Effectively
  • This multinational bank has its headquarters in Lagos State, Nigeria.
  • A reputable financial services company, the bank as at 2012 recorded that it had over 790 branches.
  • It was ranked the Best Retail Bank in Nigeria in 2015. The award was bestowed on the bank by The Asian Banker located in Singapore.
  • According to online sources, the bank can boast of over 10 million customers and more than 7,000 working staffs.
  • As of December 2015, First Bank’s assets totaled 3.9 trillion Naira.
How To Register For First Bank Transfer Code

Step 1: Start by dialing *894*0#

Step 2: Choose your preferred debit card

Step 3: Input your 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) for the debit card

Step 4: Generate a new 5-digit PIN

Step 5: Your number will automatically go LIVE on the FirstBank USSD banking service.

Requirements To Use First Bank USSD Code
  1. First Bank transfer service is open to all First Bank account holders.
  2. The transfer service is available to use 24 hours every day.
  3. To maximize the service, you must have a phone number registered with the bank.
  4. The transfer service is open to subscribers on Airtel, MTN, Etisalat, and Glo.
How To Register For First Bank Transfer Code

Before you start using the First Bank Transfer Pin, you need to first register your number, how you’ll do this is by following the steps below. Get your ATM card handy.

Step 1: Dial *894*0#

Step 2: A list of masked debit card numbers linked to your account is displayed

Step 3: Select your preferred debit card

Step 4: Enter the 4-digit Personal Identification Number (PIN) for the selected debit card

Step 5: Create a new 5-digit PIN – This is your Firstbank transfer pin.

How To Use First Bank USSD For Transfers

You can use the first bank ussd to transfer from both your account to another first bank account and you can also use the pin to transfer to another bank here in Nigeria.

Using First Bank USSD To Transfer To Another First Bank Account

Step 1: Dial *894*Amount*Account Number# (Account number here is the account number of the receiver)

How To Use First Bank Transfer Code Effectively

Step 2: Select beneficiary bank

Step 3: Input and confirm amount

Step 4: Enter Beneficiary name and

Step 5: Enter five-digit PIN

Step 6: Then select account to debit and you are done.

This should do the work.

How to buy airtime with the Firstbank Short Code
To Recharge Your First Bank Sim

You just dial *894*amount# i.e. *894*500# on your phone and you’ll be credited with the sum of N500.

To Recharge Another Sim(Not Your First Bank Sim)

You simply dial *894*Amount*phone number#, that is *894*500*08012341234#, the phone number you entered will be credited with the sum of N500.

How To Check Your First Bank Mini Statement

You can use Facebank USSD to check your Mini statement from the comfort of your room; just dial *894*Account Number# and you are done.

How To Check Your First Bank Account Balance

All thanks to the USSD Code, one can also check the balance in their account by following this simple method.

Just dial *894*00#, and you’ll be shown your current account balance. If you are asked to put a code, you put your 5-digits transfer pin.

Summary

You can can carry out all this with or without internet connection available, you don’t need a very strong network to do this, but I’ll advise you have one still.

Hope I was able to help you?

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Source: FirstBank

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