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How to check first bank statement of account
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The bank statement is a record of all the transactions that you have performed on the account. When you make transfers, or receive money, it is all recorded in the bank statement.
This statement is particular useful, as it helps you track the inflow and outflow of cash in your account. You can use the statement, if you want to check the details of a particular transaction.
Usually, you would need to go to the banking halls to request for your account statement, which they will print for you, depending on the duration and will usually charge you 50 naira to 100 naira per page.
These days, with online/mobile banking, it is very easy to check you statement of account on your mobile phone from the comfort of your home, without needing to visit the banking halls.
In this post, I am going to show you how to check first bank statement of account under the following sub-topics “How to check first bank statement of account with USSD”, “How to check first bank statement of account with mobile app”, “How to check first bank statement of account with internet banking” and more.
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What is a bank statement?
A bank statement is like a book of records for all your financial transactions on your bank account over a certain period of time i.e. when you make transfers and when you receive money, the proof of such transaction can usually be found on the statement of account/account statement.
How to check first bank account statement with USSD
One of the easiest ways to check your first bank account statement is via USSD, and it is very straight forwards, as all you have to do is dial *894*Accountnumber# and follow the on-screen prompts.
How to check first bank statement of account with Mobile app
Another way to check your first bank account statement is with the first bank mobile app. If you already have the app, then you can proceed to the next steps, but otherwise, you will need to download the mobile app from playstore, install and register.
- Login to the mobile app with your user ID and password
- Click on your account balance
- Click on the MENU button at the top right hand corner
- Select the date you want to start from and also the date you want to end at i.e. the duration you want to view.
- Click on SUBMIT and the statement for that duration will be shown to you.
How to check first bank account statement via email
Another method to check you First bank statement of account is by email. Banks usually send monthly account statements to their customers via email.
You can check your email address that is registered in your account number for your monthly account statements.
How to check first bank account statement via online banking
You can also check your statement of account via first bank internet banking. If you have registered for first bank internet banking, then you can login with your details to check your bank account statement.
- Click on the “Accounts tab” and click on “ALL accounts”
- Click on the account you wish to see statements from and in the upper right hand of your screen, click on “statements”.
- Select the statement you wish to retrieve and click view.
- Your statement will display as PDF file you can save or print the statement.
Other methods to check first bank statement of account
Contact First bank customer support
You can also get your first bank account statement by contacting any of the first bank customer care numbers:
0700firstcontact (070034778, 2668228), 014485500, 07080625000
Visit the nearest first bank branch
As a last resort, you can visit the nearest first bank branch and request for your statement of account, make sure you let them know the duration, they will usually charge you 50 naira to 100 naira per page.
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