How to check UBA domiciliary account balance?

How to check UBA domiciliary account balance?

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A domiciliary account, popularly called a ‘Dom Account’, is any account type that is run in foreign currency. It could be a savings or a current account, but it is in every other currency but Naira.

The UBA Domiciliary account allows you to send money to your friends & family abroad, while also allowing you to receive money in foreign currency

UBA operate three different types of domiciliary account called Freedom Dom Account, Dom Advantage Account and UBA Kiddies Domiciliary Account.

In this post, I am going to be writing about how to check UBA domiciliary account balance on your mobile phone.

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How to check UBA domiciliary account balance?

Mobile app

You can check your UBA domiciliary account balance from the UBA mobile app. You can download the app from Google playstore or iOS app store, depending on your device.

All you need to do is to login to the app using your phone number and password, then click on Banking.

You will able to view your account balance on the dashboard, along with your other bank account balances.

You can also view your transaction history on the mobile app.

Internet banking

Another way to check your UBA domiciliary account balance is via internet banking. If you have already registered for UBA internet banking, then you just need to login with your user ID and password.

You will be able to view your UBA domiciliary account balance on your dashboard and also your other bank account balances.

You can also view your transaction history on UBA internet banking.

About UBA?

UBA has been offering outstanding services to African households, businesses, and societies since 1949.

Following Nigeria’s independence from the United Kingdom, UBA was formed on February 23, 1961, to take over BFB’s operations. In 1970, UBA became the first Nigerian bank to list its shares on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, becoming the first Nigerian bank to do so (IPO).

In 2007, UBA completed another successful joint public offering rights issue and acquired three liquidated banks: City Express Bank, Metropolitan Bank, and African Express Bank.

Afrinvest UK was also bought by the bank, which was renamed UBA Capital, UK. In 2008, UBA stepped up its efforts to develop a strong local and African brand by acquiring two more liquidated banks, Gulf Bank and Liberty Bank.

Summary

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