How to stop first bank SMS alert?

How to stop first bank SMS alert?

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What is First Alert?

First Alert is a 24/7 ebanking service that keeps you informed on recent changes made to your bank account via email or mobile phone & is automatically available to all first bank customers.

There are two types of alert service, the email alert message sent to your email address as the transactions occur, at no cost to you & SMS alert message to your mobile phone as the transaction occur, at a subsidized cost of 4.00 naira.

If you no longer want to receive SMS alert on your first bank account and want to know how to stop first bank SMS alert, then this post will be of help to you.

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How to stop first bank SMS alert?

If you want to stop receiving SMS alert on your phone as a first bank customer, then you will need to fill the Alert/statement deactivation form, which you can download by clicking on this link

You can also get the form by visiting the nearest first bank branch and walk straight to the customer service to request for it.

Once you complete the form and accept all the terms and conditions, then your request will be processed and you will stop receiving SMS alerts from first bank.

You can use this form to stop SMS alerts, Email alerts and monthly account statement.


You should know that the SMS alerts is necessary for monitoring money going in and out of your account. If you don’t usually receive email alerts, then I wouldn’t advice you go ahead with the above procedure.

However, if you do receive email alerts, then stop SMS alerts might not be that big of a deal.


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One Comment

  1. Anna said:

    Thanks for the information, what if I cannot summit it physically and have no other means of submitting .. is there an online ootion

    July 27, 2022

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