GTB 737 Service Now Requires 4 Digit PIN To Complete Transactions

The GTBank 737 simple banking service just got more secure. You can now securely complete your *737# transactions with secure 4-digit PIN. Hence, you no longer have to be scared of anyone trying to buy airtime, transfer money etc when the person have access to your phone and GTBank ATM card.

To secure your 737 transactions, you will have to create your pin which will be required to complete your banking transactions when you use the GTB *737# code.

How To Create GTBank 737 Security PIN

  • Dial *737*5#
  • Input the last 6 digits of your Debit Card
  • Create your 4-digit PIN
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About GTBank 737 Service

The GTBank 737 service is a simple, smart, and safe way to bank anytime, anywhere and on any device. It offers a wide range of banking services, from money transfer to card less withdrawal, bill payments, airtime recharge and even unique services like token pin generation, checking the status of cheque book request, retrieving internet banking details, amongst others. The service can be accessed by simply dialing *737# on any mobile phone.

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  1. Thank you for the info. Please I have a major problem. my atm card has expired and right now I'm not in Nigeria. I tried activating the pin for 737. when i dialed *737*5# they asked me: 1. active debit 2. no debit card
    I went for 2 because my card has expired. Then they asked for account number which I provided, then they asked for date of birth, after putting the date of birth it refused to pass that stage. Please what do I do to create that pin?

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