First bank security questions (answer/reset first bank secret questions)
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The first bank security questions are a set of questions that you will need to answer when you want to reset your mPIN, change your transaction PIN, manage beneficiaries and more on the first bank mobile app.
These security questions were set by you initially on the mobile app, and they are used as an extra layer of security on the app.
If you have forgotten the answers to your first bank security questions, then you will need to reset it. In this post, I am going to be writing about the first bank security questions and how to reset first bank security questions and more.
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How to reset first bank secret questions?
The below are the different ways to reset first bank security questions:
You can reset the first bank security questions on the mobile app, you will be sent a One-time password (OTP) which you will need to input, and then you will have to create a new security questions and answers.
You can also change/reset first bank security questions by contacting the first bank customer care via any of the following channels:
First bank customer care
You can also reset your first bank security questions by visiting the nearest first bank branch. You may be required to fill a form and you will be given a Token code which you can use to change your security questions.
About first bank?
Established in 1894, First Bank of Nigeria Limited (“FirstBank”) is the preeminent bank in West Africa, Nigeria’s number one bank brand, and the country’s top financial services solutions provider.
Sir Alfred Jones, a shipping magnate from Liverpool, England, created the bank. The Bank of British West Africa, with its headquarters in Liverpool, began operations on a small scale in Lagos, Nigeria, under the name Bank of British West Africa (BBWA).
The Bank of Nigeria (formerly known as Anglo-African Bank) was founded in 1899 by the Royal Niger Company and acquired by the Bank in 1912. The Bank’s name was changed from Bank of British West Africa (BBWA) to Bank of West Africa in 1957. (BWA).
FirstBank had 1.3 million shareholders worldwide, was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), and had an unlisted Global Depository Receipt (GDR) program, all of which were transferred to FBN Holdings in December 2012.
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