GTBank transfer code *737#: How to create or reset 4 digit PIN and Transfer money from your Phone

With Guaranty Trust Bank plc, {GTBank} In Nigeria, getting online banking is a simple process as the financial institution continued to expand the services and features of the 737 service platform to make banking from a mobile device simple, fast and secure.

GTBabnk customers can now create a 4 – digit PIN and use this PIN to authenticate their transactions. customers now can transfer money , pay bills or buy recharge card from the comfort of their zone.

Your 737 PIN is just as important as your ATM PIN or internet banking details, so dont disclose it to third party to avoid fraud or hacking.

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*How to create a  Gtbank 737 Transfer PIN*

 

To create your Gtbank secure pin for your personal banking.follow this steps below.

Dial *737#
1. Input “7” to select “Create/Change your PIN” option
2. Enter ”1” if you have an active debit card
3. Enter “ last 6 digits of your Naira Master Card”
4. Enter your preferred PIN
5. Enter ”2” if you do not have an active debit card
6. Enter your “Account Number”
7. Enter your “Date of Birth”
8.  Enter your preferred PIN

Should case your PIN has been compromised, repeat the Create PIN process by dialing *737# input “7” to select change Pin.immediately and choose a different set of 4 digits to authenticate your 737 transactions.

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How to transfer Money with GtBank ussd Transfer code

 

1. Transfer money GTbank To GTbank

To initiate a transfer to a GTBank account, all you need to do, dial the USSD short code *737*1* followed by the amount to be transferred and then the NUBAN account number of the beneficiary. Then you need to use the last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate each transaction.

Example: *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account No#
*737*1*1000*1254567876#

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2.  Transfer From Your GTBank Account to Other Banks Account

 

Dial *737*2*Amount of Money you want to transfer*The NUBAN Account Number of the Beneficiary#.

Example:*737*2*Amount* NUBAN Account Number#

*737*2*5000*3041899229#

You will then be asked to select recipient’s bank. Enter last four digits of your GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate the transaction. Wait for the transaction to be completed and you will receive a debit alert once the transfer is successful.

Please note All transaction must be done from your mobile number registered with your bank

 

How to buy Airtime & Data Top-up from Gtbank USSD

 

Gtbank Airtime For Self Top-up

To buy airtime for self from your gtbank bank Simply dial *737*amount# on your phone (e.g. *737*1000#) to buy airtime.

To Top-up Airtime for a Friend from Gtbank transfer code

To send airtime From your Gtbank ussd code to a third party or to a friend, simply dial *737*Amount*Recipient’s number# (e.g. *737*1000*08023456789#)

For Self & third (3rd) Party Data Top-up
Simply dial *737*4# on your phone and follow the on-screen prompt.

 

How to check Gtbank Account balance and history

To check Gtbank account balance, history and your BVN or account number, all you need to do is simply dial; *737*6*1# on your mobile phone and follow the on-screen prompts.

 

How to Create Gtbank Transaction PIN

To create your Gtbank Transaction PIN for your 4-digit PIN to complete your 737 transactions. Follow the steps below.

1. Dial *737*5#
2. Input the last 6 digits of your Debit Card
3. Create your 4-digit PIN

Gtbank Salary Advance

For your gtbank salary advance simply dial *737*8*2# from your registered phone number with the bank to apply.

Withdraw Cash without your Gtbank Debit Card

 

With Gtbank 737, your cash withdrawals just got easier.

No GTBank debit card required, simply dial *737*3*Amount# and follow the prompt to generate your withdrawal code and authenticate your request with your 737 created pin.
Enter the withdrawal code generated into any GTBank ATM to retrieve cash.

 

Gtbank One Time Password (OTP)

You can now generate Your Gtbank OTP using *737*7# to make a quick transaction on-the-go without your banking token.

 

Gtbank Bills Payment

Gtbank customers can carry out their bills payment by dialling *737*50#

 

How to Card Hotlist Gtbank

To block or hotlist your gtbank card from further transaction simply dial *737*51*10# to block your ATM card.

 

How can I unblock GTBank mobile banking?
You can  reactivate your GTBank account in 4 easy steps. Step 1 – Dial *737*11# on your mobile number registered with the Bank. Step 4 – Complete your account reactivation by initiating a transaction e.g buying at least N100 airtime.
How can I check my GTB account details?
To check your GTB account number using USSD code, popularly known as magic banking, all you need to do is dial *737*6*1#. Your 10 digits account number will be displayed on your phone screen. And a message containing it will be sent to you from GTBank.

Other code for Gtbank ussd

Account Blacklist : *737*51*74#
School Fees Advance: *737*52*30#
PayDay Loan: *737*52*40#
Loan Balance: *737*6*2#
Card Status: *737*6*3#
Chequebook Status: *737*6*4#
Mini Statement *737*51*30#
QuickCredit Request: *737*51*51#
QuickCredit Liquidation *737*51*55#

 

 

Gtbank  Ghana ussd Transfer code 

If you live in Ghana and you want to register or enroll for gtbank ussd code simply dial *737# which will enable you open account, transfer money or check account balance .

*737# will enable Ghana account holders with gtbank open an instant account, pay bills, transfer funds to any Bank account in Ghana, purchase airtime, buy treasury bills, connect your bank account to your Mobile Money wallet and transfer funds from your wallet to account and vice versa all from the comfort of your home or office.

How to open an Instant Account with Gtbank Ghana

To open instant account either in Nigeria, Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire, Gambia, Liberia, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Sierra Leone via Gtbank follow the steps below.

1. Dial *737*1# on your phone
2. Enter Full Name
3. Select Gender
4. Enter your preferred Secret PIN to activate the *737# service
5. Confirm PIN
6. An Instant Account is generated

Please note: Once the account is opened, you can make deposits through your Mobile Money wallet, and also receive funds from family and friends all over the world.

However, that to make withdrawals, you are required to visit any of GTBANK branches with a valid ID card (Voter’s ID, Driver’s License or Passport) and a passport picture to regularize the account and pick up an instant Visa or mastercard debit card upon request.

Gtbank Kenyan *878# USSD

The GTBank kenya *878# USSD code  allows every Kenyan account holder access there mobile banking platform in a convenient, fast and secure way

The *878# service includes but is not limited to: transfer of funds, bill payments, airtime purchases and access to in-branch services right from your mobile phone.

Simply dial *878# to open an account, transfer funds, pay bills, withdraw cash, buy airtime or data and access our in-branch services right from your mobile phone

 

Charges for Gtbank Kenyan *878# USSD

1. Mpesa Payments – KES 70 per transaction plus 20% excise
2. Airtime Purchase – KES 10 plus 20% excise
3. Utility Payments – KES 50 plus 20% excise

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4 thoughts on “GTBank transfer code *737#: How to create or reset 4 digit PIN and Transfer money from your Phone

    1. To create your gtbank 737 pin take the following steps

      Dial *737#
       Input “7” to select “Create/Change your PIN” option
       Enter ”1” if you have an active debit card
       Enter “ last 6 digits of your Naira Master Card”
       Enter your preferred PIN
       Enter ”2” if you do not have an active debit card
       Enter your “Account Number”
       Enter your “Date of Birth”
       Enter your preferred PIN

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