GTbank fingerprint cash withdrawal from their designated ATMs nationwide a bold step by the financial institution. Its ensure it continues as the ‘Pacesetter’ in the Nigerian Banking industry.
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB), a leading banking company in Nigeria has launched a service that will change ATM cash withdrawals in Nigeria. Learn more about GTB here.
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It will surely change the way we withdraw from ATMs and I say this because I have always been a supporter of technologies that will ease the way we work, live and do our business.
What is the GTBank Fingerprint cash withdrawal system?
The GTBank Fingerprint cash withdrawal system is a way of making withdrawals from GTB designated ATMs around Nigeria with just your fingerprint. You don’t have to use your ATM card to make withdrawals from the ATMs anymore.
With the introduction of the GTBank Fingerprint cash withdrawal system, you will not need to have your ATM on you to make withdrawals from ATMs anymore.
I sometimes forget my ATM card at home or at the office. Returning from a meeting, I want to make a withdrawal but cannot because my ATM card is not with me; Not cool.
I remember a friend talking about cashless withdrawals and I thought to myself that’s gonna make a whole lot of sense bruv. And me just learning about the GTBank Fingerprint cash withdrawal system, I am so happy this solution has finally come.
How do you use the GTBank Fingerprint cash withdrawal system?
The thing about this is that it is seamless and works fast. I just love it. So I won’t bore you with my excitement, here’s how it works in 4 simple steps:
- Visit any GTBank ATM
- Select Fingerprint Option
- Enter your phone number and amount
- Collect your cash
Don’t worry, you can simply press any button on the ATM to start.
You can try it whenever you can. It’s a good and the right step in the right direction from Guaranty Trust Bank. Big ups.
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