Hi Reader! Do you know you can check your Wema Bank account balance on your mobile phone without your ATM card? With the increase in the level of technology, banking is now made simple and stress-free.
There are so many things you can do on your Wema Bank account with your phone but in this article, we will be focusing on how to use your mobile phone to check your account balance.
You don’t have to go to the bank to check your account balance, you don’t have to go to a POS shop to check your account number, and you don’t have to go anywhere at all! All you need is your phone!!
Whether you are using a browsing phone or not, you can check your account balance. Whether you have data or not, you can check your account balance. So, rest assured that here today, you will know how to check your account balance on Wema Bank.
Without wasting much time, let’s get started.
Here I will be taking you through two different ways to check your account balance on Wema Bank. So, hold on while I break these down for you!
How to Check Account Balance on Wema Bank
The following are the two reliable and easy ways to check your account balance;
- By using USSD Code
- By using Wema Bank mobile app
So, let me take them one after the other!
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How to Check Wema Bank Account Balance Using USSD Code
The code to check Wema Bank account balance is *945#.
Now, to check your Wema Bank account balance using USSD Code, follow the simple steps below;
- Simply dial *945*5# with the line linked with your Wema Account
- Enter the personal questions asked on your screen such as, the last four or six digits of your ATM card, your PIN etc
- Then, create and confirm a 5-digit PIN. Registration successfully
- After the registration and activation of your line for the WEMA USSD code service, simply dial *945*0# and your account balance will be shown on your phone screen.
Note that this service will cost you N7.5 (Seven Naira and 50 Kobo).
Now, onto how to check your account balance on using the mobile banking app.
How to Check Wema Bank Account Balance Using the Mobile App
To check your account balance on Wema Bank using the mobile application, follow the simple steps below;
- Download the Wema Bank Mobile App on Google play or Apple store.
- Install and launch the app
- Now, click on register
- You will be asked to enter your BVN, upload you picture and signature
- Then, number verification. A verification code will be sent to the line linked to your BVN.
- So, after that, you create a profile by entering your phone number, email address and password.
- And lastly, you choose a security question of your choice and provide an answer to it. That’s it!
- After you have successfully registered, you can just log in and your account balance will be on your dashboard.
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About Wema Bank Plc
Wema Bank Plc, commonly known as Wema Bank, is a Nigerian commercial bank. It is licensed by the Central Bank of Nigeria; the regulator of the nation’s banking sector. As of 2019, Wema bank operates the largest digital banking system in Nigeria, ALAT By Wema, which is fully in use in all of the nation’s thirty seven states and territories.
The bank was established on May 2, 1945, as a private limited liability company (under the old name of Agbonmagbe Bank Limited). The bank was founded on May 2, 1945 as Agbonmagbe Bank by the Late Chief Mathew Adekoya Okupe. He set up the first branches of the bank which were in Ebute-metta, Sagamu, Abeokuta and Ijebu-Igbo. The bank remained his until it was taken over by Western Nigeria Marketing Board and later renamed Wema Bank Limited in 1969. Since then, Wema Bank has gone on to be Nigeria’s longest surviving indigenous bank. It was granted a commercial banking license and commenced banking activities during the same year. Wema Bank converted to a public limited liability company in 1987. In 1990, the Bank was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. It trades under the symbol: WEMABANK. It was granted a Universal Banking License in February 2001.
In December 2015, Wema became a national bank, with a capital base of over N43.8 billion having met the regulatory requirements for the National Banking license as stipulated by the Central Bank of Nigeria. You can read more on WEMA Bank here.
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His Name is Tiamiyu Abdulbazeet Olawale. He is a student at the University of Ilorin studying Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He likes to give the latest updates about Nigeria and international institutions as he aims at helping people to lay their hands on the right information.