Bank Transfer Codes are codes designated to different banks for the transfer of funds from one account to another or possibly recharge of airtime. This is done in order to reduce the stress of going to the bank, standing on the long queue and waiting for your turn to pay in money.
Many people do not enjoy the services provided by this modern technology known as Bank Transfer Codes because they are either ignorant on how to use the service or still they are scared on securing their pin from their loved ones.
BANK TRANSFER CODES – TRANSFER CODES FOR BANKS
Just like mobile banking helps to reduce the stress of money payment, so does mobile Bank Transfer code help to reduce the stress of going to recharge card vendors and picking card.
Have you ever being in the middle of a call when your recharge card got exhausted even when you know you have money in your bank account and you are not close to a recharge card vendor?
If yes, how did you feel? I guess so bad and disappointed. Hurray!!!! the good news is that you can recharge your account in such time before you could say jack…
Research has shown that another important and most critical reason why many Nigerians do not do online transfer is because they are not aware of their Bank Transfer Codes of their different Banks. It is funny but true though.
The essence of this article is to ensure that every Nigerian using different banks know their different Bank Transfer Codes to enable them use it. Here is a comprehensive list of the Nigerian Banks and their Bank Transfer Codes.
Access Bank (*901#)
Diamond Bank (*302#)
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#).