First bank’s USSD code is one of several easy methods to bank without having to visit your bank or even use a mobile application. This is a convenient and secure way to do transactions while on the go. When your mobile device is stolen or lost, what options do you have to regain control? To keep your account safe from fraud, you must understand how to deactivate your First bank USSD code.
It’s possible to do a lot of banking with the First Bank USSD code *894#. Use this shortcode to buy airtime for yourself and others, send money to other First bank customers, check your First bank account balance on your phone, pay bills, and more.
In the unfortunate event that the mobile device used to conduct these transactions is stolen, a lot of damage to your account can be done without your knowledge using USSD code.
Please take a look at this page first, where I’ve outlined everything you need to know about manipulating your bank account. Without leaving any trace, your account can be wiped clean of any information.
That being said, if you’ve had your phone stolen or misplaced and need to halt, block or deactivate your First Bank USSD code profile, then this post is for you.
You can block or deactivate the First Bank *894# USSD code by following these steps.
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First Bank USSD blocking code:
To deactivate a phone number associated with your bank account, just dial *894*911# from any line and enter the phone number you wish to deactivate.
First Bank USSD code unlocking is as simple as this:
It will be necessary to visit the local First bank in your area for help in unblocking the deactivated USSD code when this is all worked out. There is presently no way to reactivate a USSD code that has been blocked.
How to Remove USSD Codes for Other Banks
Banks USSD Deactivation Code
Access Bank *901*911#
Fidelity Bank *770*911#
Heritage Bank *745*7#
Zenith Bank *966*911#
Keystone Bank *7111*911#
Sterling Bank *822*911#
Unity Bank *7799*911#
WEMA Bank *945*911#
Let me know if you have any questions. First Bank has now given its customers full authority over how to deactivate the USSD code on any mobile device, which doesn’t necessarily have to be yours.
A shortcode can be used to register your phone number, which you can then do by inputting the code. It’s my hope that this piece will be useful to you;
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