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Diamond Bank configures atms for visa payment


In a bid to expand its  customer options and offer excellent financial services, Diamond Bank Plc has successfully configured its ATM channels, branded Any Time Money®, to the VisaNet processing sites for VISA branded cards.

What this means is that both domestic and international VISA cardholders have instant access to cash at any of the Diamond Bank’s ATMs in Nigeria, irrespective of the country in which the card was issued.

According a statement by the bank, the configuration was necessitated by the need to service the growing clientele of locally issued VISA cards, as well as international visitors who need access to local currency without having to operate an account in Nigeria. The development also increases the range of choices and access to any of the bank’s Any Time Money® services. “The Bank is resolved to ensuring that its ATMs become the preferred choice for all individuals in Nigeria who wish to use their Visa card to access cash,” it said.

The bank further stated that the new service, which is available immediately, will ensure that all VISA cardholders will begin to enjoy a range of services which include cash withdrawal, balance enquiry, PIN change, request for full bank statement and fund transfers.

In addition, the Bank offers other innovative electronic banking services which include: Diamond Online and Diamond Mobile. Diamond Online according to the Bank, is a unique internet banking service that gives customers online real-time access to their accounts, enabling them to manage the daily transactions of their accounts conveniently. -vanguardngr

While Diamond Mobile offers a mobile banking service that enables customers carry out secured banking transaction by use of their mobile phones.

Diamond Bank is renowned for its innovation and pace-setting role in the Nigerian financial landscape. It will be recalled that earlier this year, the Bank made history when it became the first African Bank to be listed on the Professional Securities Market (PSM) of the London Stock Exchange (LSE) following the official listing of its $500million worth of Global Depositary Receipts (GDR). The Bank was also the first Nigerian financial institution to venture into Francophone West Africa with the establishment of a subsidiary in Repub€
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