When you talk about innovation in banking in Nigeria, one bank stands out. That bank is Guaranty Trust Bank PLC. From services such as Internet Banking, the first Naira MasterCard, to Fastrack, GTConnect, Social Banking on Facebook, SME MarketHub; an e-commerce platform, to GTBank Mobile App, GTExpress, One Click Top-up and Bank *737# (banking without the internet), just to mention a few. 

The 737 banking services from Guarantee Trust Bank has introduced a whole range of possibilities never thought possible even from your torchlight phone. With the latest addition to the slew of already trending 737 banking services, the long cash withdrawal queues at the banking halls and the long queues at the ATM are about to be greatly reduced.

Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB) has partnered with the oil giant TOTAL which led to the roll out of the Bank 737 Cashout Service. This service enables you conveniently withdraw money from all participating TOTAL filling stations instantly. Say goodbye to long queues at the Atm, Trapped cards, Dispense errors, unable to dispense cash errors messages, out of service errors, etc when you make use of the Bank 737 Cashout Service.

How to Withdraw Funds at any TOTAL Service Station

  • Simply dial *737*50*Amount*50# on your mobile phone.
  • Input the unique Station code (SAP Code)
  • Input *737# PIN of the last 4 digits of debit card to authorize transaction
  • Your account is debited immediately and Total gets credited
  • Both parties receive an SMS and cash is released
GTBank  Cashout Total Service Stations

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  1. This is lovely! At least that my yama yama battery would get back to life again and after I would have SEND UNLIMITED SMS ON MTN FOR FREE with the suck battery. Thanks to GTbank.

  2. Thanks for sharing this, but the way they deduct now is alarming!
    You are charged for checking even your own Account balance.

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  4. Nice update, Gt bank is way ahead of other banks in Nigeria.

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