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UBA Shuts Down Abuja, Lagos, Ogun Offices: Promises To Render First-Class Services

The United Bank for Africa (UBA) has announced the closure of its offices in Lagos,  Abuja and Ogun States following the Federal Government’s announcement of a lockdown in the three States.

The bank, in a statement today,  March 30, confessed that Nigeria might be entering a period of uncertainty, but that it would continue to its customers it’s priority “and we commit to providing reliable and convenient services to you always.

“We are working around the clock to ensure that we meet all your financial needs in this rapidly changing situation. Here’s an update on our plans:

1. Branch Availability

Our bank branches in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun State will not be open, but our ATMs and Digital Banking Channels will be available 24/7. Branches in other parts of Nigeria will run skeletal services at usual working hours.

Staff in branches have been provided with masks and gloves, and security officers have been mandated to enforce the use of alcohol-based sanitizers by all customers before granting entry to our branches. Please co-operate with them.

We’re limiting the number of customers in our branches at a time to ensure we practice social distancing as we serve you.

As conditions evolve, branch locations and opening hours will adjust accordingly.

2. You can bank anywhere. Literally!

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We encourage you to use our digital channels during this period for all your banking needs.

You can bank conveniently from home using Leo, *919#, Mobile App or Internet Banking – pay bills, check account balances, transfer money, buy airtime and more.

If you haven’t signed up for online banking, click here or download the Mobile app to get started.

3. Protecting you from fraud:

These are difficult times and fraudsters are on the lookout for ways to take advantage of this crisis.

We’ve heard cases of scammers posing as COVID-19 relief officers calling customers to ask for their bank details. Please stay alert. Don’t fall victim to scammers.

Remember, UBA will NEVER ask you for your personal information over the phone, via email or by SMS. Please do not share your bank details with anyone.

If you have a suspicion or need clarification, please contact our Customer Fulfilment Centre immediately.

We would like to let you know once again that #WeAreInThisTogether and we will continue to keep you updated on any new development.

If you have any enquiries, please call our 24hour Customer Fulfilment Centre on +234 1 280 8822, +234 700 2255 822 or send an email to cfc@ubagroup.com.

Editorial staff
Editorial Staff at Greenbarge Reporters is member of a team of journalists led by Editor-in-Chief, Yusuf Ozi Usman.

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