Bank Verification Number (BVN) in Nigeria is now as important as anything you can think of as any bank account without a BVN attached to it can only receive credit and the owner cannot withdraw from it whether electronically (ATM, POS, web. etc.) or even at a bank branch.
A bank account without a Bank Verification Number (BVN) can only experience a one-way traffic. That is, money can only come in but cannot go out. For you to be able to deposit money into and withdraw money from your bank account, a BVN has to be attached to it.
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At the moment, a very trending term is Bank Verification Number (BVN) simply because lots of bank accounts have had restrictions placed on them because no BVN is linked with it.
Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) is leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that its customers have their accounts activated and without any restrictions and that is why they’ve taken it upon themselves to open up different channels…
It is no longer news that Nigerian bank accounts with no Bank Verification Number (BVN) linked to them have had restrictions placed on them by the banks as directed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)…