GTBank whatsapp banking offer Nigerians an additional channel to connect with the Bank for enquiries, requests and to access other basic banking services.
This is in line with the Bank’s continued efforts to enhance service delivery and offer a superior banking experience to customers wherever they are.
Over the years, GTBank has been at the forefront of establishing a wide range of value-adding touch-points through which customers can access banking services and interact with the bank on all account-related enquiries at any time of the day. The Bank was the first financial institution in Nigeria to set up a fully interactive contact centre in 2006 and has, since then, led the finance sector in driving customer interaction across online and social media platforms.
Following the launch of the Whatsapp Business Solution in Africa, GTBank is leveraging the platform to bring financial services closer to customers wherever they are whilst offering them more channels to bank, make enquiries and have their service requests treated promptly. To connect with GTBank on WhatsApp, customers simply have to save the mobile number 09060001601, as “GTBank” on their mobile phones, open their WhatsApp mobile app and request for any banking service using the advised prompts. All service requests will be treated instantly, depending on the internet connection of the user.
Commenting on the Bank’s service channel on WhatsApp, the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Guaranty Trust Bank plc, Segun Agbaje, said; “At GTBank, we are passionate about driving constant interaction with our customers to learn more about how we can serve them better as well as to provide them with the financial solutions that can add real value to their lives. By leveraging the WhatsApp Business Solution, we are continuing to expand our service channels as part of our commitment to making banking, cheaper, faster and readily accessible to customers wherever and whenever they choose to bank.
GTBank is regarded by industry watchers as one of the best run African financial institutions across its subsidiary countries and serves as a role model within the financial service industry due to its bias for world-class corporate governance standards, excellent service quality and innovation. The Bank has continued to report the best financial ratios for a Financial Institution in the industry as revealed by its return on equity (ROE) of 35.4% and cost to income ratio of 38.1% evidencing the efficient management of assets and operational efficiency. In recognition of its innovation and hard work, the Bank received over 20 international awards in 2017.