If you’re having trouble using an ATM debit card to make online transactions, it probably means that the ATM card hasn’t been activated for online transactions yet.
To use your debit card for online transactions, you must activate an ATM card (VISA, MasterCard, Verve-Card, etc.) for online transactions.
In this post, you will be enlightened on how to properly and easily activate and activate your debit card at an ATM so that you can use it for online transactions.
The Internet is one of the best things that has ever happened as it has made tasks, communication, transactions, online shopping, etc. much easier and faster. With the help of the Internet, you can easily buy anything from anywhere in the world and have it delivered right to your doorstep!
Thus, it eliminates and reduces the need to go to a physical store.
Thus, since most online transactions that require payment,
always made with a debit card, it is extremely important that your ATM card is activated for online transactions.
Without activating your card, you can always have difficulty using your debit card for online transactions anytime, anywhere.
To solve this problem, we have carefully prepared this article on how to activate your debit card, as well as any other bank debit card for online transactions at an ATM.
How to activate an ATM card for online transactions
*. Visit the nearest ATM
*. insert your debit card into the machine
*. select “Quick Cashier” and then “Pay Bill”.
*. Now choose your “account type” – whether it’s a savings, checking or loan account.
*. Select “Other”
*. A screen will appear asking “Payment Code”, enter 322222.
*. The next option will ask for “Customer Directory”, enter your “Phone Number”.
*. Now accept the displayed amount N1.00
*. Follow the instructions to complete the transaction
After completing the above processes, you can successfully use your card for any online transactions!
However, if you are still having problems, you can contact your bank for help.
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