9/22/2015

How To Transfer Money from GTbank To Another Bank



Guaranty Trust Bank plc also known as GTBank or simply GTB allows customers to transfer money from GTBank to another bank account. You can carry out the money transfer on gtbank online banking platform, by making use of gtbank mobile app or by dialing the gtbank *737 ShortCode.


If you want to transfer money from gtbank to non-gtbank accounts at gtbank.com website, you must have registered for gtbank online banking or for gtbank GAPS (corporate banking). You will need a gtbank token device for authorization of your money transfers. You will also need the token device for authorization whenever you want to transfer using the gtbank mobile banking app.

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gtbank token device


You won't need the token device if you want to transfer money from your gtbank account using the gtbank *737 service. You will only have to provide the last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate the transfers. More so, you will have to ensure that the phone number used for dialing the shortcode is the same phone number you have on your GTBank account profile.





So, How Do I Transfer Money from GTBank Without Token?

You can transfer funds from gtbank to another bank account using your phone, without using the gtbank token device. Just follow the steps below : 

==> Dial *737*2*Amount*NUBAN Account No# from the mobile number registered with the Bank.

==> Select recipient's bank (FBN, Access, Zenith, UBA & DBN)

==> Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard.

==> Wait for the transaction to be completed.

You will receive debit alert once the transfer is successful.

That's all.

To transfer money from gtbank website or mobile app, sign in with your gtbank id and password, then go to the "Transfer funds" menu and follow the instruction.

I hope this helps.

NB: Bank charges apply.


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7 comments:

  1. This will make money transfer more easier for people. Everyone is scared of the queue at some banks nowadays. Many thanks for writing and sharing this information.

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    1. Yes, it makes alot of sense.

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  2. I saw when u passed through this on twitter, thanks for sharing

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  3. Thanks for the info sir

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  4. Thanks alot for this info I appreciate

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