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Different methods on how to check BVN Number

The Bank Verification Number (BVN) is a biometric identification system created by the Central Bank of Nigeria to curb illegal banking transactions in Nigeria.

This new security measure is in line with the Central Bank of Nigeria Act 1958 to tackle financial fraud in Nigeria. The Bank Verification Number (BVN) comprises 11 digit number that is unique to each person, but is the same across all banks in Nigeria for that same individual.Information Guide Nigeria

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To be able to operate own and operate an account with any bank in Nigeria, you must first possess a bank verification number. Once you’ve obtained your bank verification number (BVN) while opening your first bank account, you will not be issued any other BVN regardless of the number of banking accounts you may possess.

If you wish to open another account with a different banking institution, you would still be required to provide your Bank verification number to proceed.check BVN Number

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Since the Bank verification number is not like your mobile phone number which you use everyday, most people tend to forget or misplace it. And without the BVN you may find it hard to carry out any financial transactions.How to Open JAMB Portal

I’m sure you’ve probably wondered or asked yourself “how can I check my BVN?” well I got some great news for you, the Central Bank of Nigeria has made it easy for anyone to check their Bank Verification Number (BVN) anytime, anywhere, and with just about any type of phone or network. I’ll be showing you in this article the different methods on how to check your BVN.How to Retrieve JAMB Registration Number

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How to Check your BVN Number

To check your BVN number, you will be required to use the mobile phone number registered with the account. Using this number Dial *565*0#, after dialing this code your BVN number will be displayed on your phone screen.Npower recruitment

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Note: The USSD Code *565*0# works for every network in Nigeria including MTN, GLO, AIRTEL, 9Mobile, etc. In addition, the USSD code can also be used to check your BVN number regardless of your banking institutions.

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In other words, the USSD Code *565*0# works for every bank in Nigeria including, First Bank of Nigeria, United Bank for Africa (UBA), Access Bank, Wema Bank, Fidelity Bank, Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB), KeyStone Bank, etc. Hence, just dial *565”0# whenever you want to check your BVN number.WAEC result

Another method you can use to check your BVN number is through the internet banking of your banking institution. Simply log in to your internet banking app, click on profile, and navigate to the BVN number section. Once you click on it, your BVN number will be displayed on the screen.JAMB form

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How much does it cost to check my BVN?

To check your BVN number using any of the network providers in Nigeria will only cost you a sum of N10 at a time. This amount will be charged directly from your bank account whenever you dial the USSD Code *565*0#.JAMB Result

To avoid getting charged N10 every time you want to check your BVN number, it is recommended that after checking the BVN number, you write it down and keep it safe. For security reasons, you can choose to memorize this digit to avoid displaying the written paper. However, N10 is not a lot of money, so you always check your BVN when you need to say ease.

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Victor Nnaji

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