Today, I will put you through on how to check Access Bank BVN Number easily. BVN code has perform a lot of function in Nigeria today to protect illegal banking transactions in Nigeria.

This article will put you through on how to check your bank verification code directly from your phone on any network ( MTN, 9Mobile, Glo, Airtel). The BVN has 11 digit number which is a universal identification number which uniquely identifies every customer using any Nigerian bank.

What is BVN?

The bank verification number commonly known as BVN is a biometric identification system implemented by central bank of Nigeria to reduce illegal banking transactions in Nigeria. The BVN is an 11 digit number that acts as a universal ID in all banks in Nigeria.

A BVN number is given only once no matter how many bank accounts in Nigeria you have and you not meant to have more than one BVN.

How to check Access Bank BVN Number

Like I said it’s easy to check your BVN number on your phone by just dialing *565*0# and your BVN will be displayed on your screen. It is easy to memorize in case you need it or you can bookmark this page in other to get access it the code anytime you forget.

In addition, a service charge will be deducted from your phone so I will ensure you have at least 50 Naira before dialing the code. 20 Naira will be deducted after checking your BVN code.

Some banks in Nigeria has also dedicated their short code in other to check your BVN directly with them.

For example: Gtbank code for checking BVN but this code can be used to check for BVN on first bank, access bank, UBA, zenith, FCMB bank, Eco bank etc.

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