Skye Bank Online Money Transfer Guide

Skye Bank Online Money Transfer Service Guide

skye-bank-head-office-address-lagos-nigeriaIf you own a Skye Bank account, you should be aware that you can easily transfer money online from your Skye Bank account to other bank accounts easily. As with other top banks in Nigeria, you can easily use either a USSD code or even via the Skye Bank mobile application to transfer funds or better still walk into any Skye Bank branch near you and make the transfer.

The Skye Bank Money transfer service enables you to receive funds from local and international sources as well as interbank transfer from one bank to the other in Nigeria or even to other foreign countries.

When transferring money from your Skye Bank account to another Skye Bank account, you will not be charged as intrabank transfer in Nigeria is free of charge even if you do these many times a day. But if you transfer funds from Skye Bank to other banks in Nigeria or abroad, you will be charged a token depending on the amount.

If you choose to use to use through the Skye Bank mobile money transfer method, you would need the USSD code or the mobile app to do that. The code is *833# to transfer or you download the Skye Bank app

Skye Bank Money Transfer Services

Below is a list of some of the services offered at Skye Bank in Nigeria:

  • Western Union Money transfer
  • MoneyGram Money Transfer
  • Skye Flitcash
  • Flit Cash Online
  • Virtual money transfer
  • African Payment Services (APS), an easy way to transfer money from your Skye Bank account to a bank account in any part of Africa.
  • RIA Money transfer
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All these money transfer services provoded by Skye Bank is easy to use. To use any of them, visit any branch of Skye bank in Nigeria and meet any of their customer service agents who will debrief you on how to transfer money from Skye bank to other banks accounts and what you need to know about such their transfer services.


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