Bank credit transfer codes? Most people in the developing countries like Nigeria , Ghana, India, and other African nations are ignorant of what bank credit transfer codes mean.
This article is meant to open your eyes such that as you read this write-up, your ignorance will disappear and you will be the one telling others about bank credit transfer codes anywhere you find yourself. Enjoy it.
Have you ever wondered how tedious it is to wait on long queue in banks when you want to pay in money urgently to a loved one or for any business transactions? It can be as embarrassing as anything ever that can piss one off.
Here comes the good news…
HERE IS THE ANSWER
My dear, even without stressing yourself, even in the comfort of your room, even with smiles on your face, you can dial these codes and get instant response on the success of your transfer.
All thanks to bank credit transfer codes. These codes are specific to different banks and so, do well to bring pen and paper so that you can copy out the code for your bank and save.
BANK CODES FOR TRANSFER ACCORDING TO BANKS
Access and Diamond Bank (*901#)
Eco Bank (*326#)
Firs Bank (*894#)
Fidelity Bank (*770#)
FCMB (*329#) or (*389*214#)
Heritage Bank (*322#)
JAIZ Bank (*389*301#)
Key Stone (*322*082#)
Stanbic Bank (*909#)
Sterling Bank (*822#)
Skye Bank (*833#)
Union Bank (*389*038#)
Wema Bank (*945#)
Zenith Bank (*966#).
I know this article has been so educating and informative to you. This was exactly my motive to enlighten you in this.
I know from today your transaction life will be made easier, faster and more with smiles. Do not fail to share this so that others will learn from you.