Do you know you can actually resolve some of your banking issues without joining the crowd at Bank Below Here are some banks customer care number and how to block your account in case of fraud without visiting the bank
First Bank: 07080625000
Fcmb : 012798800
Zenith : 012787000
Unity Bank: 07080666000
Eco Bank: 07005000000
Access bank: 012802500
Fidelity Bank: 014485252
Wema bank: 07000787753
Polaris bank: 08069880000
Heritage Bank: 00961746909000
UBA bank: 07002255822
Mainstreet bank 5084818300
Bank Transfer codes:
First Bank_(894#) Sterling Bank_(822#)
Skye Bank_(833#) UBA_(919#)
EcoBank_(326#) Zenith Bank_(966#)
Stanbic Bank_(909#) Access Bank Bank_(901#)
Wema Bank_(945#) Diamond Bank_(426#)
Unity Bank_(*389 *215#)
Heritage Bank_322# KeyStone Bank_(322 082#) Union Bank_(389 038#) Fcmb_(329#) or (*389 *214#) EcoBank(326# ) Ja’iz Bank (389*301#);
code to check BVN : Dial 5650#
For your National Identification Number NIN Dial *346# in your phone number you used for registration of NIMC.
To confirm ur NHF registration/number, dal *219# from d number u used to register.
Note! Knowing how to Block your account is very important because in times of emergency running to the bank might be too late more especially during weekend. So share as it might help some one
UBA dial *919*10# from the mobile line linked to your account
Fidelity Bank dial 770911# from the mobile line linked to your account
IBTC Bank dial *909# from the mobile line linked to your account
Zenith Bank dial 966911#
First Bank send Block to 30012 via text message
Union Bank send BLOCK CARD NUBAN to 20123
Key stone Bank call 23470020003000
Sterling Bank call 070078378464
GT Bank 73751*10#
Stanbic IBTC Bank *909# select my bank and select service request then select block card
EcoBank text STOP ATM your account Number to 0806326226
FCMB Bank call + 2342798800
Access call +23412802500
Polaris call +2341270850
Wema Bank call 08039003700
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CBN removes restriction on forex receipt through domiciliary accounts
Beneficiaries of Diaspora remittances through International Money Transfer Operators (IMTOs) shall henceforth receive such inflows in the foreign currency (US Dollars) through the designated bank of their choice, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has directed.
The central bank stated this in a circular titled: “Amendment to Procedures for Receipt of Diaspora Remittances,” dated November 30, 2020, that was signed by its Director, Trade and Exchange Department, Dr. Ozoemena Nnaji
The policy is part of efforts to liberalise, simplify and improve the receipt and administration of diaspora remittances into Nigeria.
Jimoh Ibrahim Seeks Reversal Of Assets Seized Over Alleged N69.4bn Debt
The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has fixed Tuesday to hear an application by businessman, Jimoh Ibrahim, seeking to set aside an interim order which authorised the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) to take over his properties over an alleged N69.4 billion debt.
Justice Rilwan Aikawa adjourned the case on Monday after hearing arguments from Mr Ibrahim’s counsel and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Niyi Akintola.
The judge had made the seizure order in a ruling on November 4 while AMCON announced on November 18 that it had effectively taken over 12 properties belonging to the businessman and his firms.
The properties include the NICON Investment Limited building (Plot 242, Muhammadu Buhari Way, Central Business District, Abuja), NICON Hotels Limited building (Plot 557, Port-Harcourt Crescent, off Gimbiya Street, Abuja), and the building of NICON Lekki Limited (No 5, Customs Street, Lagos).
AMCON’s action is against Ibrahim, NICON Investment Limited, and Global Fleet Oil and Gas Limited.
Displeased with the seizure of his assets, Ibrahim and his firms, through Akintola, approached the court with a motion on notice, seeking to discharge the interim seizure order.
They contended that the court made the seizure order in error because AMCON allegedly concealed material facts in its ex-parte application leading to the seizure order.
The applicants urged the court to set aside the order for “non-disclosure and misrepresentation of material facts.”
They also prayed the court to order AMCON to pay them N50 billion indemnity for their alleged “failure to conduct due diligence before obtaining the said order sought to be set aside and for misrepresentation and concealment of fact.”
Ibrahim and others described the move by AMCON leading to the seizure order as an abuse of court processes.
But AMCON, through its lawyer and SAN, Kemi Pinheiro, vehemently opposed the defendants’ motion on notice and prayed the court to dismiss same.
A lawyer in AMCON’s legal department, Imelda Raheem, said, “The plaintiff, at the time of obtaining the orders on the 4th day of November, 2020, made full and substantial disclosure of all material facts in relation to the subject matter of this suit.”
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