Using QuickTeller Classic App is the easiest way to buy airtime, pay bills and transfer money with your ATM card in Nigeria. It works with your current Verve card issued by any bank in Nigeria.
For you to make use of the app, you need to download Quickteller app to your mobile phone. You can search Google Play Store, Blackberry app world or the Apple app store for ‘Quickteller Classic” NOT “Quickteller” because both might be listed there. I will talk about how to use the second app in another post.
Once installed, you will be required to activate it by entering your phone number. Once you receive the code, enter it in the space provided and tap “Activate“.
Next step is to register your Verve ATM card with the app so you won’t have to enter the card details everytime you want to complete a transaction.
To register your card, click on “Remember your verve card” button, select the “At the ATM” option and follow the instruction when you go to a nearest Automated Teller machine to complete the registration.
Registered cards will be listed whenever you launch the app. The name of the issuing bank and the last 2 digits of the registered cards will be displayed.
Once your card is listed, you can complete any of the transaction on the app using the card. Convenience fees might apply though when completing some transactions. No need for token, No need for OTP.
How To Use QuickTeller To Transfer Money
If you want to use Quickteller app to transfer money, launch the app and tap “Skip to proceed’. Then, tap “Transfer to bank account“.
Enter the details of the account you want to send money to; the amount you want to send and tap “Next”
Select one of the cards you’ve registered with the app and enter the CVV2 and PIN of the card to complete the transfer.
CVV2 is the last 3 digits at the back of your ATM card
PIN is the PIN you use on ATM.