Technology has generally influenced our daily activities and has also enhanced our social interaction. The banking system in Nigeria is becoming more fascinating and efficient, in terms of financial transactions. In time to come we may not have to go to bank for anything again, you just have to use your mobile phone or PC to transact. WhatsApp Banking is the trending platform in the banking sector, with about four Banks making use of the platform. The Access Bank has recently adopted the system which is known as the Access WhatsApp Banking. So, in this post we will discuss more on how to activate and register your Access Bank WhatsApp Banking.
What is Access Bank WhatsApp Banking?
Before we proceed with how to activate and register your Access Bank WhatsApp Banking, it pertinent that we understand the meaning of this platform and how it works. The WhatsApp itself is a social media App which allows users to users to send messages and share information. Here, some banks in Nigeria has adopted the WhatsApp as a means of reaching out to them and to perform some certain transactions.
Just like the USSD Code and the Mobile Apps, the Access Bank WhatsApp Banking performs a series of transactions instantly. You only have to active and register your line with the Access Bank Mobile Line. In this case have written the various steps you should follow to start using your WhatsApp.
Benefits of Access Bank WhatsApp Banking:
Yeah, some of us may be questioning the relevance of this Access Bank WhatsApp Banking since we already have the USSD Codes and the Mobile Apps. Trust me, there are lots of benefits attached to this platform. Imagine if you don’t have an airtime for the USSD or data for the Mobile App just the WhatsApp subscription; so you don’t have to worry about how to perform transactions. Just go ahead with the WhatsApp. Then below are lists of other things you can do;
• It does not frustrate
• Check your BVN
• Open New Account
• Transfer Money
• Purchase airtime
• Check your balance
• Pay other Loans
How to activate and register your Access Bank WhatsApp Banking:
Registering for the Access Bank WhatsApp Banking is very easy and does not require much work. Here we have described the various steps on how to activate and register your Access Bank WhatsApp Banking, just follow the guidelines below;
• First of all you have to download WhatsApp
• Add +234 9090 901 901, Access Bank WhatsApp Mobile to your contact
• Go back to your WhatsApp and send a message “Hi”
• A menu will display for you to select an option
• Click the “Register”
• Enter your first and last name
• Input your email address
• Enter your Access Bank Account Number
• Registration completed
• Access WhatsApp Banking will ask if you need further assistance
• Note your mobile number must be linked to your bank account. (the number you used to open your account)
Interestingly, all your requests on Access Bank WhatsApp will be treated earnestly, while the speed of transaction depends on your internet connection. Hope our description on how to activate and register your Access Bank WhatsApp Banking is well understandable and helpful.
List of Bank that uses WhatsApp Banking:
The WhatsApp Banking system is becoming a trend in the Banking sector. Currently, there are about four banks that have adopted this platform and we still hope other banks will follow through.
• Access Bank
• Guarantee Trust Bank
• UBA Bank
• First Bank
According to the First Bank of Nigeria, its WhatsApp chat banking ensures effective services to its subscribers. It enables customers to leverage the real-time messaging capabilities of the WhatsApp Business Solution to check their account balances.
You may want to see First Bank WhatsApp Here!
In the words of the GTBank “the Bank would leverage on the WhatsApp Business Solution to offer Nigerians an additional channel to connect with it for enquiries, service requests and access to other basic banking services”.
WhatsApp supports end-to-end encryption, hence, I really don’t expects any leakage in messages, which may contain the username, passwords or any other form of essential and private credentials.