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We are Opening More Branches to Serve You – GTBank

GTBank is pleased to inform its customers that 40 more branches across the country have been re-opened. Banking hours have also been extended from 9am – 3pm daily. This will enable the bank to attend to as many customers as possible.

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GTBank
Dear Customer,

We are pleased to inform you that we will be re-opening more than 40 more branches across the country from Wednesday, May 6, 2020. Our banking hours have also been extended to 9am – 3pm daily, so that we can attend to as many customers as we safely can.

Please, note that whilst we are committed to serving you in our branches, it is important that we continue to observe precautionary measures to keep all customers and members of our staff safe.

When visiting a branch, kindly protect yourself and our staff by wearing a facemask at all times. It is also very important that you keep a safe distance when in a queue inside or outside the branch. We would also like to implore you to be patient as it might take a bit more time to serve you at our branches during this period.

Before visiting any of our branches, please remember that you can withdraw up to N200,000 at all our ATMs and that you can do most of your banking from the safety of your home through the GTWorld Mobile App or by simply dialing *737# from your phone.

You can also visit www.gtbank.com/help-centre for complaints, enquiries, and information about all our products and services.

The see the list of our re-opened branches nation-wide, click here to download.


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  1. Okaa chukwudi

    May 6, 2020 at 5:44 pm

    The bank is not telling the truth no new bank was opened at onitsha

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