Can Kuda bank account be traced?

Can Kuda bank account be traced?

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Kuda bank is Nigeria’s first mobile only bank that is licensed by the central bank of Nigeria. Kuda bank comes in with many amazing features, like zero card maintenance fees, free transfers, automatic savings and more.

Kuda bank started some few years back as Kudimoney, their aim was to solve the numerous problems that users had with traditional banks.

They later changed their name to Kudabank, and grew their team to help them achieve their goal.

Kuda bank is registered and licensed by the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) and their registration number RC796975. It is headed by CEO Babs Ogundeyi.

A few people have been asking if Kuda bank account can be traced, so I decided to answer that question in this post.

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Can Kuda bank account be traced?

When you register a Kuda bank account, you don’t need to provide any paperwork, all you have to do is input a few personal information like your name, phone number, email address and bank verification number (BVN).

A Kuda bank account can be traced because the BVN usually contains your personal information like your date of birth, address and more.

You can trace a Kuda bank account by contacting the Kuda bank customer service via the below:

Phone number: 01 633 5832

Email address:


You can also Tap MORE on the Kuda bank app to chat with the customer service representative.


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