Do you need to know your access bank account number right away? Here are the top 4 ways you can do just that including using code.
What identifies a bank account? The answer to that question would be the account number before any other thing. Account number is what shows that there is such an account in such a bank.
It is a 10 digit number and every access bank customers must have it.
In making payments (mostly in international payments), the bank account name is not really required, so long as the bank account number is correct the money will be deposited in the right account.
Due to its importance, a lot of Nigerians tend to have their bank account numbers offhand so they can provide it immediately whenever it is required.
However, a lot of Nigerians have multiple bank accounts (some even up to and more than 10) and it is would not be very easy to memorize the 10 digits of all of them.
For this reason, there is a need for people to be able to check their bank account numbers.
If you bank with Access bank, there are various ways to check your bank account number and one of them is by using a USSD code. To find out what this code is and how to use it, read on.
Code To Check Access Bank Account Number
Dial *901*5# with your alertz number and enter your mobile ussd code authentication PIN. Wait for 1 or 2 seconds and your account number will be shown to you.
If you are dialing this code for the first time, you will be required to create a USSD PIN for the security of your account.
This PIN will be 4 digits in number and you can use any number combination you want provided that you will remember it. Dial *901# to get started.
Alternatively, you can also check your account number by following the steps below.
- Dial *901#
- Enter 4 for other services
- Reply 4 for enquiry services
- Enter 3 for account number enquiry
Your bank account number will be displayed on your screen so you can copy it out.
This is a very fast method of checking your bank account number if you urgently need it and you do not have it offhand.
Checking your account number can also be achieved by checking your bank account balance.
Dial the code from the phone number linked to your access bank account, select balance enquiry from the USSD menu and enter your PIN to authenticate.
Your bank account balance will be displayed along with your bank account number so you can copy it from there.
Just like the access bank transfer code, the above code is one of the many function of access bank ussd code.
No charges apply when you check your account number with the *901# code. It is a service that is completely free.
You can check your bank account number as many times as you need to, no limit applies.
Check Your Account Number Using ATM card
Of course, you should be aware of this, there are various automated teller machines at different locations you can visit and check your bank account number with your card.
It is not mandatory that you should use an Access bank ATM, any ATM that accepts your card type should do.
Retrieve Account Number from Access Mobile App
If you had registered on the Access bank mobile app (this is recommended if you use a smartphone) you can easily access the app with your data to check your bank account number. This can be achieved via the app dashboard.
Contact Customer Care on Social Media
Access bank has various social media help accounts that one can simply contact and get help such as to check account numbers.
However, the best is the access bank help on Twitter and their WhatsApp banking with 09090901901.
As you can see, checking your access bank account number is not very difficult. You can use the USSD code to do so in less than a minute.
People have asked me if there is a way to retrieve their account number without debit card or atm card.
The truth is except you are using the code shared above or the mobile app for the first time, you do not need your card to check your nuban number.
And you can always make use of the customer care option to retrieve anytime.
You will just be asked few details to confirm you are indeed who you say you are.