How to Transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account in 2023: Hey there, dear reader! We know how important it is for you to easily and securely move your money around, especially between different accounts.
That’s why today, we’re tackling a topic that has been requested by many of you: How to transfer money from your GTBank (Guarantee Trust Bank) account to your Opay account.
Sounds like a straightforward process, right? Well, it can be, if you know the ropes. And by the time you finish reading this post, you’ll be a pro at it!
Without wasting much of our time, let’s get this thing started!!!
How to Transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account
I will be showing you four ways you can make transfer from GTBank to Opay account;
- Via GTBank Mobile app
- Vis USSD Code
- Via GTBank internet banking
- By Visiting GTBank
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How to Transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account Using GTBank Mobile App
To do this using GTBank mobile app, follow the steps below;
- Visit the Google Play Store
- Download GTBank mobile app
- Using your username and password, log in to your account
- Tap on send money
- Select ‘ to other bank’ and choose Opay from the list of banks
- Enter the Opay account number
- Enter the amount and confirm the transfer.
How to Transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account Using USSD Code
To transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account Using USSD code, follow the steps highlighted below;
Firstly, the code to transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account is *737#.
- Dial *737# from the phone number registered with your GTBank account.
- Select ‘Transfer Money’ and then choose ‘To other banks’.
- Select ‘Opay’ and follow the prompts to complete the transfer.
Simple as ABC!
Let’s move on to the third on the list!
Transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Via Internet Banking
To do this, simply follow the guidelines below;
- Log into your GTBank internet banking portal.
- Navigate to ‘Funds Transfer’ and choose ‘To other banks’.
- Select ‘Opay’ and complete the process as prompted
This method is usually termed the ‘Old school’ method!
Transfer Money from GTBank to Opay Account by Visiting GTBank
- simply walk into any GTBank branch.
- Fill out the necessary forms for interbank transfers.
- You can ask for help if you are not familiar with the teller.
A Few Tips and Tricks When Making Transfer
Always make sure you have sufficient balance in your GTBank account before initiating a transfer.
Also, remember to double-check the account number and other details before hitting that ‘Confirm’ button. Mistakes happen, and it’s always better to be safe than sorry.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the USSD code for GTBank transfer?
Dial *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account Number# (e.g. *737*1*1000*1234567890#) from the phone number you registered with GTBank, then follow the on-screen prompts.
How do I transfer money from GTBank to other banks?
- Dial the code to transfer money from gtbank to other bank accounts, that is * 7372amount*recipient’s account number#
- Hit send, to receive a prompt for the next steps to take to complete the process.
- Ensure that you verify the receiver’s details and amount you want to send.
- You will be required to enter your PIN
- And then hit send
Can I use USSD to send money to OPay?
Yes, you can use the USSD code to send money to other Opay users or even transfer funds to other bank accounts.
What does nuban mean in GTBank?
NUBAN stands for Nigeria Uniform Bank Account Number. It’s a 10-digit Bank account numbering system first created in 2011. The Nuban account number is quite common today, even though the traditional longer account numbering structures still exist.
And there you have it! You’re now well-equipped to transfer money from your GTBank account to your Opay account like a pro. It’s fast, it’s easy, and it’s super convenient, provided you follow the right steps.
Plus, you have the freedom to choose the method that best suits your needs, be it mobile apps, USSD codes, internet banking, or the good old in-person bank visit.
In today’s fast-paced world, having options like these at your fingertips makes life so much easier, doesn’t it?
We hope this guide clears any doubts you have and helps you make smooth and secure transfers from now on.
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