How To Transfer Money from an ATM Machine to any Bank Account in Nigeria

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  1. collegereap

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    Apr 23, 2016
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    Following the introduction of a Cashless Economy by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) in order to make Nigerian banks meet the developed world standard. Various means has been developed in order to make it easier for customers to be able to send money to them selves without making long queue in the bank.

    Lots of people still do not know that they can transfer money from their bank account to another bank account via an ATM machine. Yes. It may be new to some persons, while it is old fashion news to some. But for the benefit of those that do not know how to go about this, i will like to give you some steps on how to get that done.

    The following are the steps to follow when you want to transfer money to another person’s account even in a different bank via the ATM machine.

    STEP 1
    Insert Card into ATM Machine.

    STEP 2
    Enter Pin And Press Proceed

    STEP 3
    Press QuickTeller

    STEP 4
    Press Interbank Transfers

    STEP 5
    Select Funding Account Type (Be it Savings or Current account)

    STEP 6
    Select Receiving Account Type (Be it Savings or Current account)

    STEP 7
    Select Recipient’s Bank.

    STEP 8
    Enter Account Number you wish to transfer to

    STEP 9
    Enter Amount and click Proceed

    STEP 10
    Click Proceed if you accept the N100 charge (Note; you will be charged N100 for each transfer you want to make)

    STEP 11
    Confirm details and click proceed if okay

    STEP 12
    You’ll get the message “Transaction completed” please check the receipt for your reference number. Note: where there is no receipt, check your SMS alert for the reference number.

    STEP 13
    Retrieve Your Card …

    Now you don’t have any reason to queue in a banking hall just to deposit money. You can do it all from your ATM machine. One can now be relieved of the extra effort of following awkward procedure while making deposit to any Nigerian bank account.
    It’s 100% safe and approved and NO risk is involved.
    #1 collegereap, Apr 23, 2016
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