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How To Transfer Money via Access (Diamond) Bank Plc USSD short code *901#

Access (Diamond) Bank Plc USSD short code *901#

I know it’s no longer news that Access Bank Nigeria plc recently bided and acquired Diamond Bank Nigeria plc.

But what I discovered in this bank merger is that most customers of Diamond banks don’t know how to access their bank accounts to transfer money via the usual Mobile Phone USSD short code.

Access (Diamond) Bank USSD short code

Keystone Bank rewards customers in ‘Growbiz Account Save and Win’ promo

Keystone Bank Limited has launched a new savings promo tagged ‘Keystone Growbiz Account Save and Win Promo.’

The promo, which is open to new and existing customers of the bank and scheduled to run till November 30, 2019, will see lucky winners walk away with cash prizes and gift items such as refrigerators, television and lots of consolation prizes.

To participate in the promo, the lender, in a statement, explained that new and existing customers of the bank are to grow their Keystone Growbiz Account balance by N50, 000 and maintain it for 90 days to qualify for the raffle draw.

UBA Nigeria celebrates staff, customers

United Bank for Africa is joining the rest of the world to celebrate the Customer Service Week, themed, “Magic happens here”, with recognitions for staff who have excelled in excellent service delivery.

The event which is commemorated all over the world, recognises the importance of customer service and seeks to show appreciation to the staff who serve and support customers with the highest degree of care and professionalism.

The theme of this year’s celebrations embodies all that the bank represents as encompassed in its Core Values – the 3EEEs: Excellence, Enterprise and Execution.

BoI threatens action against bakers over loans default

THE Bank of Industry (BoI), has threatened to take action against some bakers who refused to pay back the loans they got for the production of cassava composite bread.

The bakers took the loans under the aegis of Master Bakers and Caterers of Nigeria (AMBCN).

The Regional Manager, Northcentral of BoI, Mr Jack Kings, said the bank would take action to collect back the loans given to some of the members of master bakers.

Savannah Bank set to Resume Operation

Ten years after Savannah Bank’s licence was restored by a court judgement, indications emerged at the weekend that  the management is set to resume operations, soon.

Sources close to the owners of the bank said the massive  renovation works ongoing at its over 118 branches across the country are eloquent testimony that the bank which went into coma years ago due to some technical insolvency may eventually open for business in no distant time

Savannah Bank was  one of the leading banks in the country between 1999 and 2000. But the  institution suddenly plunged into  the murky  waters of politics and got trapped with depositors’ funds leading to the death of many.

FirstBank partners NESG on economic summit

As part of its continued commitment to create an enabling environment and opportunities for the promotion of sustainable growth and development of the economy, First Bank of Nigeria Limited has partnered The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) to host the 25th Nigerian Economic Summit (NES#25), its yearly flagship event.

The Silver Jubilee edition of the summit has: Nigeria 2050: Shifting gears as theme; it is scheduled to hold between October 7 and 8 at Transcorp Hilton, Abuja.

President Muhammadu Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Minister for Finance, Budget & National Planning, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed, are expected to grace the occasion.

How to Transfer Money Via Zenith Bank Mobile Money Short Code *966#

Zenith Bank Mobile Money transfer USSD Short Code *966# has indeed made Banking transaction in Nigeria very convenient.

With the Zenith Bank Mobile Money transfer USSD Short Code *966#, account holders can now customers easily transfer money to other Zenith bank customers and even to customers of other banks in Nigeria.