Presently, Money Transfer has become the norm in our society, replacing the old format of going around with huge amounts of cash or the usual queuing at galleries of ATMs that “chose” when they want to function.
Getting funds across to other parties was made easy by banks through innovations such as USSD & Mobile App, and they are surely not stopping anytime soon.
Guaranty Trust Bank is one of Nigeria’s trusted institutions when it comes to safeguarding our hard-earned money & they are not out of the conversation when innovative ideas that will satisfy their numerous customers are concerned.
The USSD Code favored by GTB for transfer of funds from one customer to another in the same bank or others is the *737# which has become synonymous with them.
The first step to activate the GTB Transfer code is the creation of a transaction pin & it is done by following the process below;
- Dial *737*5#
- Input the last 6 digits of your Debit Card
- Create your 4-digit PIN
Once the pin has been created, you are now eligible to make a withdrawal without using your ATM Card. You may wonder how that is possible to go by, and we are prepared to clear your mind of all doubts you may have.
HOW TO MAKE A WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT A DEBIT CARD
- No GTBank debit card is required, simply dial *737*3*Amount# and follow the prompt to generate your withdrawal code and authenticate your request with your 737 created pin.
- Enter the withdrawal code generated into any GTBank ATM to retrieve cash.
Mostly, in Nigeria, the USSD is used for the transfer of funds from one bank account to another, buying airtime, paying bills & checking the account balance.
TRANSFER OF FUNDS TO GTBANK ACCOUNTS
Dial *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account Number# (e.g. *737*1*1000*1234567890#) from the phone number you registered with GTBank, then follow the on-screen prompts.
TRANSFER OF FUNDS TO OTHER BANKS
Dial *737*2*Amount*NUBAN Account Number# (e.g. *737*2*1000*1234567890#) from your phone, then authenticate the transfer with 737 PIN created, hardware token, or last four digits of your GTBank debit card.
Knowledge is power, and we are sure you are able to gain more about the question which has been bothering your mind for a long time. Enjoy transacting via GTB.
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