Fidelity Bank Transfer Code for sending money in Nigeria.
Are you a Fidelity Bank customer and you need to make a quick fund transfer to a third party for payment of bills, service fees and so on but do not have the time and patience to go to the bank for queuing? Technology has made everything simple and easy and has also improved the banking system.
Reasons for going to banks and standing in long queues have now been reduced to it’s barest minimum, and customers now go to bank for just a few reasons. Both inter and intra Bank transfers have now been removed from the list and the transactions can now be performed on the internet.
So, if you are reading this, you are definitely a Fidelity bank customer and do not know the code for transferring funds. However, knowing the code for transferring funds is one thing and knowing how to use it is another thing. To bridge this gap, we will show you how to use the Fidelity bank transfer code to wire funds instantly online.
Before we proceed, kindly take note that every information contained in this post is strictly for aspiring or current Fidelity Bank customers. You can as well read through even if you are not a customer, because no knowledge is wasted anyways. A friend of yours could need it anytime, and all you will have to do is to tell the code instantly because you already have it at your fingertips.
Without wasting much time, let us see what the Fidelity Bank Transfer code is and in addition, how to use the code to transfer funds to any bank account in Nigeria.
What is the Fidelity Bank Transfer Code?
The Fidelity bank transfer code to wire funds to any bank account is *770*account no*amount#. This code works for any wired transfer within Nigeria. It could be used to transfer funds to same bank account or to a different bank account. As expected, there are charges attracted to different kind of transfers.
This process is as fast as the speed of light and takes approximately 10-20 seconds. The service is available 24 hours a day and throughout the week even on weekends. It is still the most convenient and easy means of transferring funds.
How to use *770# for funds transfer (Inter And Intra Bank)
Irrespective of the recipient’s bank, you can use the *770# to transfer funds easily. The destination bank could either be Fidelity Bank or another Nigerian bank. The process is very short and easy. In fact, I will be showing you how you can do it in few seconds. It will be a step-by-step guide.
- Dial *770*account no*amount# on the phone number tied to your Fidelity Bank account.
- Select the destination bank account.
- Enter your 4 digit PIN to authenticate the transaction.
- You will receive a debit alert within few seconds to confirm the success of the transaction.
You might be wondering what a 4 digit PIN is. No problem, I will tell you all you need to know about the PIN. The PIN is used to authenticate every transaction you perform on the *770# service.
That is, you have to create this PIN by yourself in order to complete your 770 transactions on the go. If you have not created your 4 digit PIN, dial *770# to create one now.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Fidelity Bank Transfer Code.
I forgot my *770# PIN, how can I recover it?
If you have forgotten your PIN, then you won’t be able to validate any transaction on the service anymore. But do not worry, you can create a new PIN within few minutes. The process is very fast. Just dial *770# , click RESET PIN, and follow the on-screen prompts.
What is the cumulative daily transaction limit on the service?
The cumulative daily transaction limit on the *770# service is N100,000. This means that you can transact as high as the amount stated above in a day. If by any way, you reach this point, every other transaction you try to make via the service won’t be successful.
Who are those eligible to use the *770# service?
Not everyone is eligible to use this service. Only Fidelity Bank Individual Account holders can use this service. So, if you don’t belong to this class, and you wish to transfer funds with the Fidelity Bank Transfer code, then you should go ahead open an account now.
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