Going to the bank, standing in long queues just to transfer money to an individual can be very tiring and more frustrating for business tycoons, who have little or no time going to the bank to perform the transaction since our Banks in Nigeria opens by 8am though some opens by 9am and closes by 4pm.
Knowing these can be frustrating especially when one needs to transfer money urgently after the banking closing hours.
This article will help clarify issues and tell of method to transfer money to a client most especially after banking working hours using the AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINE (ATM).
Here I will list steps to do in order to transfer money using the ATM machine.
This works perfectly even when transferring money to a client using a different bank to the one you are using and also to clients of the same bank. One important criteria for one to carry out transferring transaction in the ATM machine is for the individual to have an authentic and valid ATM card.
Steps to Transfer money to another Bank account using a nearby ATM
Step 1: Insert your ATM card into the ATM machine.
Step 2: Enter your secret pin then press proceed.
Step 3: Cost of Adoption, Process and Quick facts Press quick teller.
Step 4: Press internal transfer.
Step 5: Select funding account type whether it be savings or current account.
Step 6: Select the recipient account type whether it be savings or current account.
Step 7: Select the recipient’s bank type
Step 8: Enter account number of the recipient you wish to transfer the money to.
Step 9: Enter amount and click proceed.
Step 10: Click proceed ( no tree in this step you will be charged #100 for each transfer you make) if you accept the #100 charge.
Step 11: Confirm details then click proceed if you are okay.
Step 12: You will get the message “transaction completed” you will get a receipt for your reference number. Note: In the situation where there is no receipt, check your SMS alert for the reference number.
Step 13: Now retrieve you ATM card.
Knowing these basic steps there is no need for you queuing in long queues at the bank or panicking when it is almost time for bank activities to close and you need to make an urgent transaction that very day.