Sterling Bank is a commercial bank licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The bank provides services to individuals, small businesses (SMEs) and large corporations. Importantly, the company provides several services to its customers and one of the ways it is been fulfilled is through the Sterling Bank Code.
What is the Sterling Bank code?
In a time when technology is advancing quickly in all facets of life, banking ought to be dependable, hassle-free, and practical, the Sterling Bank code emphasises the value of a stress-free bank transaction. This code is been utilised, especially in light of the increasingly popular cashless policy implemented by banks.
The Sterling Bank code is *822#. This code provides banking services such as opening an account, checking your account balance, blocking a debit or credit card, making requests for a new card, airtime recharge, transfers, bill payments and more services to customers from any mobile device without data or internet connection.
The code service is very simple, fast, easy and very convenient to use. The service is also secure and reliable, as well as provides a seamless banking experience for customers.
All customers need to do is simply dial *822# on their mobile phones to experience easy banking from the comfort of their homes. The good news is that the code works 24 hours a day, weekends inclusive. The code attracts a N6.98 fee for network charges.
Sterling Bank code for transfer
The Sterling bank code for transfers is also *822#. Customers can use the code to transfer money to Sterling Bank users or other banks. The transfer attracts a fee of N6.98.
Sterling Bank code to check for account balance
To check your account balance, there is no need to go to the bank, use an automated teller machine (ATM) or download a mobile app.
Sometimes, customers can lose valuable time waiting in line at banks and ATM service locations. You may simply dial a simple code on your mobile phone instead of going to those locations. However, there are a few things you should be aware of before using this manual.
You must first sign up for Sterling USSD banking. To achieve that, dial 8221*NUBAN# and adhere to the prompts that appear. Use the phone number associated with your bank account to dial this code.
Dial *822*6# or *822# and then 6 when the network displays a choice of options to check the balance in your Sterling bank account.
Next, to validate your request, enter your USSD banking PIN or the last 4 digits of your MasterCard number.
Following the aforementioned processes, Sterling Bank will send you a message on your alert phone line informing you of your account balance.
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Sterling Bank code for loan
The Sterling Bank code for prospective loan seekers to apply for a loan is *822#.
However, customers will need to visit any of the Sterling Bank branches. Start your application by supplying the necessary documents, and become familiar with the loan conditions, costs, etc.
To finish the process and have your loan disbursed to your desired account, please dial *822# from your registered phone number with Sterling Bank. Follow the screen prompts, click loan and enter your transaction PIN. The requisites for a personal loan from Sterling Bank include:
- Individual details (email address and phone number)
- A corporate account number is preferred.
- Bank Verification Number
- A valid form of identity
Sterling Bank code to check account number
Many customers forget their account numbers at some time. Because of this, all Nigerian banks offer a variety of ways for consumers to quickly retrieve their account numbers.
For Sterling Bank, customers can access the account online without going to the bank. To check your Sterling Bank account number, dial *822*8# or dial *822# and then 8 when the network presents you with several options.
To confirm your transaction, enter the last four digits of your debit or credit card or your mobile banking PIN. The network will immediately email you your 10-digit NUBAN after you have finished the aforementioned processes.