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GtBank Domiciliary Account = N50,000 ?

I asked a friend to help me ask at a GTB branch and apparently, its N50,000 to open a domiciliary account (or N10,000 for a current account). Can someone confirm this? Thanks.

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Well I made my point, so I dunno the relevance of what y'all are trying to prove. Topic locked.

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This thread has lost direction and derailed to a thread of vulgarities and exchange of abuses and vulgarities,it should be locked[b] NOW[/b]

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The security man tried to discourage me from opening an account with the bank by giving me false info which I didn't even ask him for. presido1 says it makes no sense, so I'm trying to make him understand that bank employees do lots of things that make no sense. Hence the two stories. That's all. Geez.

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actually, this is from personal experience, i opened a current account and a dom account with gtbank completely free of charge, all i did was pay in 5k into the current a few days later just to get it activated.so i guess, it sometimes depends on the branch,

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nigerians respect arrogance.

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GBAM!!!  most banks and many other businesses for dat matter no sabi anything about customer service. if you no get connection (long leg) for bank,  na by luck you go experience great customer service. de exception na make you dress up with serious suit and tie, or impeccably clean kaftan with nice platinum chain - then, dem go begin greet you with yes sir, etc because dem go tink say you be multi millionaire.   if to say customer greet dat gateman with N2000, na so him for escort you go bank manager office sef for personalized service.  sad, but true.

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Or am I wrong about this, people?  Am I the only person banks ever discouraged from opening an account with them?  I remember that when trying to get a domiciliary account, one of the young reps asked me to go back to the university I skipped to get my transcript.  Is that a form of encouragement too?  You are either completely ignorant of banking in Nigeria or you just hate me personally.

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@Presido1

you are clearly unenlightened

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Hey guys,no need for tempers to flare,I think the friend may probably have talked to an intern in the bank,who obviously knows next-to-nothing about the requirements,but for silly pride did not want to be seen as not knowing,therefore he/she gave a wrong figure,or the friend may have misrepresented the facts,however they require $200 to open a dollar denominated dom account @ GTB,and $2000 @ standard chartered

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But guyz to be sincere GTB is getting better than ZENITH. Check out their interest rate for fixed deposit accts? Hmmmmm, lalacious!

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I guess it depends on the branch. Some branches like to discourage people, I dunno why.

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Certainly; your friend deceived you. I opened both current and domiciliary acct. with GTB late last year. To open current acct. the minimum deposit is #5000. Some branches require having current acct. with them before opening dorm. acct. The same requirements for the two of them.( 2 reference form; NEPAL bill for proof of address; national passport or driver license; one passport). Provided you have current with GTB; you just fill dorm. opening acct. form and pay minimum deposit of $100 no more. Next time try to make effort on your own to do certain things for yourself when it comes to money. You should have visited any GTB bank before embarking on your friend. No one can like you more than yourself. Thank God is not more thank #50000. Be careful with such friend.

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Your friend is lieing

to open a gtb domiciliay us dollar account is $100

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