Access Bank has opened a self service branch in Ikota, Lagos state to to promote inclusive banking and the cashless policy.
The bank said the opening of an e-branch is a demonstration of its commitment to its promise of speed, service, security to redefine service culture in Nigeria. Plans are underway to build 50 of such e-branches across the country.
Herbert Wigwe, Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Access Bank, said that “Access Express is an intelligent response to customers’ needs and is ahead in terms of value delivery. Our self-service electronic branch is a one-stop centre where customers are able to do banking transactions, which ordinarily would have taken them to the banking halls.
According to him, “Access Express branch offers 24/7 cash withdrawal service to Access Bank cardholders and other banks’ cardholders.”
The Access bank e branch will permit its customers and other customers with their ATM cards look into their account balance and deposit cash into different accounts
He added that ”customers could enquire about their account balance (savings and current), deposit cash into their accounts; access their statements and previous transactions, receipt and transfer of funds; as well as payment for pre-booked airline tickets, airtime purchase for mobile phones via PIN vending and virtual top Ups and settlement of utility bills such as DSTV subscription and GSM postpaid bills.