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How to check BVN on GTbank
If you’ve been looking for ways on “How to check BVN on GTbank account“, then you should look no further as this guide will show you 3 different methods you can use to easily check your GTbank BVN right from the comfort of your home.
BVN (Bank Verification Number) is very important and will be required when trying to enroll in any financial institutions in Nigeria as it’s a modern security measure introduced by the CBN (Central Bank Of Nigeria) to reduce the act of fraud.
Your BVN is unique to you and it serves as a way of identifying records in the Nigerian banking industry.
There are various ways that you can use to check your BVN, but some of them will either stress or cost you. The 3 methods that will be listed in this article can be done without visiting any bank branch or an ATM outlet.
You will also be shown how you can link your BVN with your GTbank account as a bonus. Without wasting further time, let’s delve right in…
How to check BVN on GTbank
As stated above, there are 3 different methods that you can use to check your GTbank BVN. The first method is via Internet banking (Online portal), the second method is mobile banking and the last method is to check through USSD code short string.
How to check GTbank BVN (Internet banking)
This method is cost-effective, but you will need access to the internet and an Android or IOS device or use a Laptop.
To check BVN via internet banking, you will need to register first if you’re a first-time user. The registration process is free, easy, and straightforward since you’re already a GTbank customer.
You will need to visit the Internet banking registration page here, supply your 10-digits NUBAN bank account number, enter the last 6 digits of your ATM card, choose the ATM expiry date, and input your card pin.
After a successful registration process, both your BVN and account number will be displayed on the admin dashboard.
How to check GTbank BVN (Mobile banking)
The second listed method you can use to check your BVN on GTbank is through the Mobile banking app.
Just provide your mobile phone number linked to your GTbank account, enter your 10-digits NUBAN account number and the last 6 digits of your ATM card then click on “Continue”.
An OTP (One-time password) will be sent to you via SMS, enter it to finalize the onboarding process.
Once logged in, click on the left side options menu, choose from the array of dropdowns to check your BVN.
How to check GTbank BVN (USSD code)
The last but not the least method that will be shown in this guide on “How to check BVN on GTbank” is the USSD code method.
With this, you can easily reveal your BVN just by pressing a few buttons. Simply dial *737# on the mobile number already linked to your GTbank account.
Select the 8th option from the array of options, this option is to check your account balance. You will then get an SMS message containing your account number, account balance, and also your 11-digits BVN.
Note that this method will cost a service fee of N15 per one-time checking, so make sure to save your BVN somewhere safe after checking the first time.
Bonus: How to link BVN with GTbank
It has now been made possible to link your Bank Verification Number to your GTbank account without the need to visit any GTbank branches.
To link your BVN, simply dial *737*20*BVN# on the mobile phone number linked to your GTbank account. A successful SMS will be sent to you indicating that the BVN linking process has been completed.
I hope this guide on “How to check BVN on GTbank” will be helpful to you. All the listed processes are straightforward to follow but comment down below if you’re encountering an issue or two.