How long does it take to process form A?
The FORM A is an application form designed by the central bank of Nigeria to pay for service transactions (invisible trade) that allows customers to make payment for services such as school fees, technical fees, dividends, airline tickets, loans repayment, judgement debt, personal home remittance, PTA, BTA etc.
The process in of FORM A is different in all banks, while some banks are quick to process it, other banks can take weeks, even months to process.
In this post, I am going to be writing about how long it takes to process form A and more. Remember to leave us a comment after you finish reading and also share with your friends on social media.
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First bank Form A
First bank Form A has been known to take a period of 3 weeks and above to process. So make sure that you have enough time.
GTbank form A
GTbank form A is very fast and usually takes about 3 days and above to process, although some people have reported different.
Access bank form A
Access bank Form A usually takes 3 days and above to process, and as I said in the above, it can be different for some people.
Stanbic ibtc form A
Stanbic Ibtc form A is usually processed in a period of 2 weeks and above, and they offer a very attractive rate.
Keystone bank form A
Keystone bank form A can be processed within a period of 1 week and above.
UBA form A
The UBA form A can take a period of 4 days and above to process. Although a few people have said it took them significantly longer.
Sterling bank form A
Sterling bank form A can be processed in a period of 2 weeks and above, plus they offer a very good rate.
Providus bank form A
Providus bank is said to be very fast at processing form A, it can take as quickly as a day or more to complete.
Globus bank form A
Globus bank is said to be very fast at processing form A, it can take as quickly as a day or more to complete.
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You should know that the above is an estimation and sometimes the banks may take longer or faster to process form A. If you are experiencing longer delays in form A processing, then you may need to contact the bank customer care, and inquire on the status.
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