Gtbank Cardless Withdrawal (How to withdraw money without GTbank ATM card)

Gtbank Cardless Withdrawal (How to withdraw money without GTbank ATM card)

Gtbank Cardless Withdrawal (How to withdraw money without GTbank ATM card)

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Sometimes you might find yourself in an emergency situation and are left without any money.

It is quite shocking that so many people don’t know that they can withdraw money from an ATM without their ATM card.

I will show you how to withdraw gtb cards without a card if you are a GTbank customer.

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What is GTbank cardless withdrawal (GTRescue)?

GTbank customers can use GTRescue to withdraw money at an ATM without having to have their ATM card.

You might be concerned if your card is lost, stolen, or misplaced. GTbank makes it easy to withdraw money from ATMs in many ways.

GTRescue:

  1. Your naira debit cards don’t have to be carried everywhere.
  2. Cash is not a requirement if you don’t have an ATM card.

You can use the gtb debit cardless withdrawal service in three ways

  1. GTbank internet banking
  2. GTbank mobile banking
  3. GTbank USSD code

This post will show you how to withdraw cardless via internet banking, mobile banking, and USSD code.

This post has made me confident that it won’t be a problem if you ever need cash and don’t have your ATM card.

Let’s move on, then. Make sure to read the entire article.

GTbank online banking – cardless withdrawal

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If you have registered for GTbank Online or Internet Banking, the following steps will allow you to make a cardless withdrawal using internet banking.

  1. Register with your USER ID & Password to log on to internet banking
  2. Click on ACCOUNT TRANSFERS
  3. You have the option to use a GTbank ATM or an ATM from another bank. Click “Cardless withdrawal (GTRescue)” if you plan to use an ATM from GTbank. Click “Paycode (cardless withdraw)” if you’re going to use an ATM from another bank.
  4. Please complete the form by entering your “Name,” mobile number, “Account to debit,” and “Terminal type,” etc.
  5. You must ensure that all details entered are correct and complete.
  6. Enter the answer to the “secret question.”
  7. Enter “Token code.”
  8. To submit your request, click the “Submit” button.
  9. You will receive a reference code via SMS to your registered mobile phone. Then you can go to the nearest ATM to make your withdrawals.

GTbank ATM

  1. Click the ENTER button to access the ATM.
  2. Choose the “Cardless Withdrawal(GT-Rescue).” option.
  3. Enter the “Reference Code” you received on your cell phone.
  4. Enter “Amount” (this should be the exact amount you entered to initiate the transaction via online banking).
  5. For more information, click the ENTER button
  6. You will receive your cash, and that’s it

For ATMs at other banks

  1. Click the ENTER button to access the ATM
  2. Choose the “PayCode” option
  3. Enter the “Paycode number” that was sent to your mobile phone.
  4. When initiating the transaction, enter the pre-selected Cash-OUT PIN that you have chosen on internet banking.
  5. Enter AMOUNT (This amount should match the one entered during the internet banking request).
  6. To proceed, press the ENTER key.
  7. You will receive your cash, and that’s it.

Let me now show you how to make gtb cardless withdrawals online banking.

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GTbank cardless withdrawal via USSD Code 737

A GTbank USSD code number 737 is another easy way to make a cardless withdrawal. These steps will help you to accomplish it.

  1. To reach your registered phone, dial *737#
  2. To select the next page, enter “8”.
  3. To select cardless withdrawals, enter “1”.
  4. To select GTbank or any other bank, enter “1” or ‘2″.
  5. If you select “Other banks,” then enter “Terminal” in “1” or 2 to choose “ATM” and “POS.”
  6. Input your desired AMOUNT.
  7. To set your cash-out PIN, enter any four-digit code
  8. To complete your cardless withdrawal request, enter your 4 digit PIN.
  9. You will receive a reference code via SMS to your registered number. Once you have received it, you can proceed to the ATM to make your withdrawal.

GTbank ATM

  1. Click the ENTER button to access the ATM
  2. Choose the “Cardless Withdrawal(GT-Rescue).” option.
  3. Enter the “Reference Code” you received on your cell phone.
  4. Enter “Amount” (this should be the exact amount you entered when initiating the transaction via USSD).
  5. For more information, click the ENTER button
  6. You will receive your cash and that’s it

For ATMs at other banks

  1. Click the ENTER button to access the ATM
  2. Choose the “PayCode” option
  3. Enter the “Paycode number” that was sent to your mobile phone.
  4. When initiating the transaction, enter the pre-selected Cash-OUT PIN number that you have chosen on internet banking.
  5. Enter AMOUNT (The amount you enter when you initiate the request via USSD)
  6. To proceed, press the ENTER key.
  7. You will receive your cash, and that’s it.

You now know how to make cardless withdrawals using USSD. Let me show you the steps for making GTbank cardless withdrawals through mobile banking.

GTbank mobile banking – cardless withdrawal

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The following steps will be helpful if you have registered for GTbank’s Mobile Banking.

  1. The GT-world app can be downloaded from your Google Playstore for Android phones, Applestore for iPhones, and Appworld for Blackberry.
  2. Register for mobile banking using your USER ID & Password.
  3. To display exceptional MENU items, simply slide your finger onto your mobile phone.
  4. On the “Banking” module, click the “Cardless Withdrawal” option.
  5. Click “Cash out (GTbank ATMs)” if you plan to use an ATM at GTbank near you.
  6. Click “Cash out (All ATM & POS)” if you plan to use an ATM from another bank.
  7. Please complete the form below with all details.
  8. Click CONTINUE
  9. To complete your request, enter your 4-digit token code or PIN and click ‘DO IT!
  10. You will receive a reference code via SMS to your registered number. Move on to the ATM nearest you to complete your transaction.

GTbank ATM

  1. Click the ENTER button to access the ATM.
  2. Choose the “Cardless Withdrawal(GT-Rescue).” option.
  3. Enter the “Reference Code” you received on your cell phone.
  4. Enter “Amount” (this should be the exact amount you entered in mobile banking when initiating the transaction).
  5. For more information, click the ENTER button
  6. You will receive your cash, and that’s it

For ATMs at other banks

  1. Click the ENTER button to access the ATM
  2. Choose the “PayCode” option
  3. Enter the “Paycode number” that was sent to your mobile phone.
  4. When initiating the transaction, enter the pre-selected Cash-OUT PIN number that you have chosen on internet banking.
  5. Enter AMOUNT (This amount should match the one entered during the initial request via mobile banking).
  6. To proceed, press the ENTER key.
  7. You will receive your cash, and that’s it.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Is there a daily maximum limit for the GTRescue service?

The maximum daily amount is 60,000 naira

What is the maximum amount that I can withdraw per request?

The maximum amount you can withdraw per request is 20,000 Nigerian Naira

How often can I use GTRescue in a single day?

The GTRescue can be used only 3 times per day.

What is the validity of the reference number’s numbers?

The reference number has a validity period of 3 hours.

Can I use the same number for multiple transactions?

You can’t. Once you’ve used a reference number once, it can’t be used again.

What if I didn’t withdraw my money within the 3-hour time limit?

In 24 to 72 hours, your money will be refunded to your bank account.

Conclusion

I am confident that you will be able to withdraw gtbank cardless after reading this article. You can choose any of these methods that suit you best.

You can ask any questions below. I’ll be happy to help you as soon as possible.

 

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