GTBank NIN Registration – How to Link NIN to GTBank Account

GTBank NIN Registration – How to Link NIN to GTBank Account  – Due to the rising rate of cyber crimes and internet fraud, the Central Bank of Nigeria has instructed all financial institutions in Nigeria to ensure that every customer links their NIN to their bank account, in other to add another layer of security to the banking world.

Therefore, to own and operate a banking account, you must first obtain your Bank Verification Number, and your National Identification Number. Both documents are vital to the smooth running of any bank account in Nigeria.Information Guide Nigeria

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Are you a GTBank customer? Then just like other banks, you are required to link your NIN number to your GTBank account. If you have not yet updated your NIN to your GTBank account, then you may find it difficult to perform some financial transactions using the account.

Are you looking for a way to link your NIN to your GTBank account? Then you’re at the right place. In today’s post, I’ll be showing you how to link the National Identification Number (NIN) to GTBank account.

What is GTBank NIN Registration?

Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) NIN registration is the process of linking your GTBank account to your National Identification Number (NIN). Every GTBank customer is mandated to link their NIN to their GTBank account, in other to proof their ownership of the account.

If you have not linked your NIN to your GTBank account, then your account profile is incomplete and will be limited to only a few operations. Hence, it is important that you link your NIN to your GTBank account today, to complete your account profile.JAMB Result

If you wish to Link your NIN to your GTBank account, continue reading this post, because the procedures required are contained in this article.

How to Link Your NIN to GTBank Account

To link your NIN to GTBank account, follow the procedures below:

  1. Copy out your NIN number or carry the NIN slip to the nearest GTBank close to you
  2. When you get there, head to the customer care centreWAEC Result
  3. Inform the customer care attendant that you wish to link your NIN to your account
  4. You will be asked to provide you GTBank account Details (account name, account number, and BVN)GTBank NIN Registration
  5. You will also be asked to provide your NIN number. Submit the NIN slip to the attendant
  6. Wait for the customer care representative to process your application
  7. You will be notified once the procedure is completed.
  8. Congratulations! You have successfully linked your NIN to your GTBank account.

How to Check Your GTBank NIN

If you think your NIN is already linked to your GTBank account, then all you need to do is check it via USSD code. Most times, during the account creation, GTBank usually links the NIN to your account automatically. Therefore, before heading to the bank to link your NIN, check first if it has already been linked to your NIN. To do so, follow the procedures below:

  1. Go to the call app on your mobile phoneNpower Recruitment
  2. Dial the code *737*6*1# using the phone number linked to your GTBank account
  3. You can use the code for all networks in Nigeria (MTN, Glo, Airtel, 9Mobile, etc.)
  4. After dialling the code, the NIN linked to your GTBank account will be displayed on the screen or sent to you via SMS.
  5. Confirm that the number sent is your NIN number.

Is There a Charge for Checking My GTBank NIN?

No! There is no service fee or charge associated with checking your GTBank NIN using the (*737*6*1#) USSD code.

No amount will be deducted from your airtime or account balance. The service is free and can be done multiple times.JAMB Form

So, feel free and check if your NIN is linked to your GTBank today. Also, the procedure is instantaneous, so no need for any delays, check and confirm your NIN now!

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