Opening Guaranty Trust account online can now be done anywhere and anytime. Nigerians at home or abroad can now open account without visiting the banking hall, this can now be done from their comfort zone.
The Nigeria leading financial institution has unveiled exciting Account Opening Web Engine (AOWE)and Non Resident Nigerian (NRN) Services that is designed for Nigerians living abroad with access to a wide range of products and services.
According to GTbank,NRN Services include Savings and Current accounts, Investment in Money Market instruments and eBanking services.
How to open Gtbank account with Mobile Phone
Potential Gtbank customers can now open account with their mobile phone by
Dial *737*0# on your mobile phone and follow the onscreen prompts.
Once you sign up, your ten-digit account number (NUBAN) will be created automatically and sent to you via SMS.
Please note: You can also use your phone number as your account number to carry out simple transactions like withdrawing cash without the use of an ATM [cardless withdrawal].
Opening an account via your mobile phone, you can only deposit a maximum of N50, 000 per transaction, and you are also entitled to a maximum account balance of N300, 000. You can always upgrade your account afterwards if you need to carry out higher amount transactions by providing other document as required by the bank.
How to Open account with Guaranty Trust Bank Online
Follow the steps below to open Account Opening Web Engine (AOWE).
Business or corporate account. visit:
For personal account visit
To Open Gtbank NRN account for Nigerians living abroad visit:
Select open new account
Fill in your BVN Validation
Who Is This Account For?
— choose account category —
Which Type Of Account Do You Wish To Open?
Then input your BVN
Fill you information details like your full name, mobile number, and email address.
You can open an NRN account from anywhere in the world. Ensure you have the requisite documents with you.
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You will need the following documents to Open a GTBank Non-Resident Nigerian (NRN) Account
a. Duly completed NRN Account Opening Form
b. Your passport photo with full face forward
c. A copy of any of the following means of Identification:
Valid Nigerian International passport/National ID/Permanent Voters’ Card/Drivers’ License
Notarized Foreign International Passport/Drivers’ License
d. Copy of any of the following as a proof of address:
One stamped reference letter or a stamped Banker’s Confirmation obtained from your bank abroad that states your address stated on the account opening form.
Notarized Utility bill issued within the last three months for the address stated on the account opening form.
Bank or Credit Card statement issued within the last three months showing customer address. (to be stamped by your bank or Notarized).
e. References (either (i) or (ii) below) – For Current and/or Domiciliary accounts.
(i) A stamped reference letter or a stamped Banker’s confirmation obtained from your bank abroad.
(ii) Two completed reference forms from Current account holders (Nigerian) with any Nigerian Bank.
f. For Joint accounts, a copy of your marriage certificate is required.
PS: Documents which require notarization can be notarized seamlessly via www.notarycam.com/gtbank or certified as a true copy of the original by a Notary Public or a Lawyer or by the Nigerian embassy or a Post Office or a GTBank Subsidiary staff
To get in touch with the NRN services team, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via GTConnect, our 24hour contact center, on +234-1-4480000, +234 80 2900 2900 or +234 80 3900 3900.