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8 Practicable Steps To Withdraw Money With Fingerprint At ATM Locations in Nigeria (VIDEO)

Last updated on August 26th, 2022 at 02:27 pm


Your fingerprint which was taken while opening a bank account can now be used whenever you plan to make a withdrawal from an Automated Teller Machine.

Technology has made it possible for you to withdraw money from ATMs using fingerprints at any bank location in Nigeria and across the world



Fingerprint withdrawal is a new feature added to some selected Bank ATM to grant one access to cash out any time any day.

Merits of ATM fingerprint withdrawal

  1. It is the most convenient way to access ATM cash.
  2. It is a Card-less Withdrawal (GTRescue)
  3. ATM card or PIN is not required.

In case you are reading about this the first time, fingerprint withdrawal is already available on GTB ATM, Access Bank ATM and a few other banks across the country.

We’ll show you how to withdraw from ATMs using fingerprints in this article.

This is a service that comes in handy whenever you are without your debit card or if your existing debit card is lost, stolen, damaged or retracted.

Step by step guide on how to use fingerprint withdrawal

Step 1: Locate any ATM close to you with Thumbprint Hardware attached,

Step 2: Press the “Enter” button on the ATM

Step 3: Select the “FingerPrint Withdrawal” option

Step 4: Input the “Phone Number” you receive an alert with and click on “Proceed”.

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Step 5: Place your right thumb on the hardware thumbprint for 5 to 10 seconds.

Step 6: Remove your finger and click on “Proceed”.

Step 7: Enter the “Amount” and press the “Enter button” to proceed

Step 8: take your cash and the transaction completed.

That’s how to withdraw money from ATM using the fingerprint option at GTB, Access, FCMB, ATM locations that has the feature.

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