The Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) is certainly one bank you may

just like not for one reason, but for many reasons.

The bank again has proven itself as pace setters; they lead and others follow.

This time, the bank has added the finger print option in all their Automated Teller Machine otherwise called ATM. In essence you can now withdraw cash without your Naira Mastercard

How it works

Visit any GTBank ATM

Select Finger Print Option

Enter your phone Number and Amount

Collect your cash

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This is coming after the bank introduced the option of selecting any of the three major languages (Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa) in Nigeria for transaction on the ATM

The Guarantee Trust Bank is one of the few banks with a lot of enthralling acts capable of gluing customers to its bank

There is the GTB Whatsapp chat on 07016974994 where customers can reach GTB staff for dispense error, service resolution, product enquiries and account opening.

If you have a GTB Account, you know there is a safe,smart and secure way to send money using the *737#

GTBank engages in community developments, they support the football industry, entertainment industry and other industries. They also have a program for autistic students.

GTBank has the annual food and drink fair which kicked off in the year 2016 . The fair aims to project the diverse angles of the food industry by connecting various businesses involved in the production and sale of food-related items to a cosmopolitan audience of food enthusiasts (Read more here )

They also have the GTB fashion weekend which is a consumer-focused fair and free business platform designed to showcase the best of Africa’s Fashion to a global audience whilst promoting the effervescent enterprise of the continents growing fashion industry.


The current Managing Director of the GTBank is Mr. Segun Agbaje


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