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5 Different Methods To Check FCMB Account Balance

In this guide, I will show you the 5 different methods to check FCMB account balance. You can check your FCMB account balance using the bank’s mobile plus, using social media, reaching out to customer care or at the bank.

First City Monument Bank (FCMB) is one of the Largest Banks in Nigeria with over 300 branches in Nigeria. First City Monument Bank was established by Oloya Subomi Balogun on the 20th April 1982.

FCMB has the clear leader in investment banking, and attracts highly qualified staff. The Bank has aided the Nigerian economy especially small scale famers, in giving out the largest Loans of the sum of N70 million for the National Fertilizer Company of Nigeria since 1996.

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5 Different Methods To Check FCMB Account Balance
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FCMB has over 150 branches in Nigeria, since 2007 and has a sizable foreign Shareholding.  FCMB has raised its capital of over N 3 billion to about N133 billion, through Public offering.

The Bank was the first to be founded without any form of support from Government or foreign entity. The Headquarters of FCMB is in Lagos Island, Lagos.

The Bank is also operational in the United Kingdom. The Managing Director of the Bank is Adam Nuru and Jonathan Long as the Chairman. The Bank is a member of FCMB Group PLC.

It is one of the leading Banks in Nigeria. The Bank has subsidiaries that are Market Leaders, in their respective segments. FCMB has transformed to a retail and commercial Banking led group.

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The Bank has shown credibility, in its exceptional performance. It has also enhanced the growth and achievements of its Customers.

FCMB allows for its customers to aspire greatly to reach its full potential. The Bank aims to continue in absolute integrity, and fulfil promises to its customers.

They have also plans to enhance the Nigeria Economy through the use of information technology, to bring a positive impact to the banking sector.

The bank makes the customer their priority as they have great platform for customer services. The Bank is known for it solid competitiveness in the African banking groups, and even in the domestic market. There are different methods to check your account at FCMB.

1. Checking your Account Balance with FCMB Mobil Plus

This package is also called FCMB online. This application was developed by the Bank to allow Bank Customers carrying out banking transactions, like transfer of funds payment of bills, Electricity bills, Cable Network subscription, and fill for internet services, air time top up, statement of Account service, Branch location service, and checking Account balance. It is very easy to use the application to check your FMCB Account number.

Simply download and install the application on your Mobile Phone. Log in and proceed to the Account section. Here your Account details will be displayed.

FCMB Mobile plus operates on both Android and IOS smart phones. On Google Play store, the Android version can be down loaded while the IOS users, can downloaded from ITunes. Customers are expected to enjoy the Banking services of FCMB, using the Mobile Device.

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2. Checking your Account Balance using the Social Media page:

It is also easy for the FCMB Account Balance also to be checked on the social media page, like Face book page and Twitter page of FCMB.

Using the social media pages of the Bank, simply post your request for checking your Account. A personnel at the Bank will look into your enquiry.

Make sure you give your correct data such as full name, date of birth, next of kin, and the Branch of FCMB where the Account is. You may be asked some other information on the Social media page, to confirm your account.

Once, the Personnel is satisfied you will get a statement of your Account via email or by private message on Social Media.

New Customers at FCMB can also now open their Savings Account in their Home Offices, via Computer Devices or Mobile Device, though social Media, Facebook.

This was the launch of their new platform which is called the E-Savings Account. The new Account is an online based Savings Account which enables prospective customers, to complete the Account opening process.

This process can be done without the need to fill out any physical form, or visit a Branch.  The E-Savings Account, was designed to utilize Technology to reduce the time wasted on customers, when opening an Account.

This new Launch has aided in promoting better Customer Services. It has now become easier for Customers, to check their Account Balance online without having going to the Bank.

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3. Checking your Account Balance via FCMB Customer service:

The portal is 24 hours available all year round including during public holidays. This platform can help you check your Account Balance, give your Account statement via email, ATM Card reissuance, Account Balance Request, ATM blocking, Stop cheque order, cheque request, information on products and services, information or ATM /branch Locations, customer feedback management, compliant, recommendations, suggestions, Internet Services and Transaction reset.

There are channels to use the FCMB Customer Service Portal, if there are comments and complaints. This is through what’s app: (+234)09099999814, or (+234) 09099999315, Telephone numbers: 01-2798800, or 07003290000. There is also an email address: customerservice@fcm.com

4. Checking your Account Balance at the Bank

An individual can check his Account Balance by going to the nearest FCMB Branch. It is advisable to go with your Account number. This account number can be giving to the FCMB Bank personnel, who will help you check Account Balance.

5. Checking Account Balance using the ATM Machine

An individual can check his Account Balance using the ATM. Proceed to any ATM machine near in any Financial Institution preferably the FCMB Branch, and slot in your ATM card.

Proceed to click on Account Balance. The ATM is expected to show your Account Balance. You can print out your statement from the ATM, by responding to allow ‘Print. Once, you have concluded Transaction, remember to remove your ATM Card.

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