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Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by lite5(m): 2:15pm On Oct 02, 2009
can anyone tell me how to open a $ (domiciliary account) account in Nigeria? how much and the best Bank
Re: Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by bimbor(m): 10:53pm On Oct 02, 2009
GTBank is your best bet.
But you must have a current account with them before you can open a dorm acccount and thereafter fund it with $100.
Re: Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by monopolist: 2:17pm On Oct 03, 2009
GTBank is the best bank in Africa.

Go to GTBank Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja after opening a current account.

Then open your Domiciliary Account (Dollars, Pounds and Euro Accounts) with any amount of Dollars

ANY AMOUNT OF DOLLARS LIKE $20, ANY AMOUNT.

HURRY UP.

Make sure your referees are GTBank Customers.
Re: Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by lite5(m): 1:53am On Oct 04, 2009
can you post the GTBank contact# pls and can I open an account with them on phone? I live in US
Re: Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by Fhemmmy: 4:17am On Oct 04, 2009
I am waiting till the time, people with dom account will be able to buy $$ from the bank and also to be able to do transfer online, and wont have to go thru your banks in western world or have to go to Nigeria to get your money out of there.
Re: Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by ndu_chucks: 5:14am On Oct 04, 2009
Fhemmmy:

I am waiting till the time, people with dom account will be able to buy $$ from the bank and also to be able to do transfer online, and wont have to go thru your banks in western world or have to go to Nigeria to get your money out of there.

you fit do all dat na. for example if you open ya dom account for first bank, new york branch, you fit fund am from abroad and you fit do many transactions online. as for buying dollars from bank, if you submit all de paperwork and you get legitimate business reason, dem go sell you dollar for bank rate.
Re: Open A Dollar ($) Account In Nigeria by bimbor(m): 7:25pm On Oct 04, 2009
Fhemmmy:

I am waiting till the time, people with dom account will be able to buy $$ from the bank and also to be able to do transfer online, and wont have to go thru your banks in western world or have to go to Nigeria to get your money out of there.


You sure can do online transfer if u got a dom account with GTB but you need to contact them for their code, be ready to answer questions though before dem go release the code for you, I have a dom account with them and I send and receive dollars from Europe easily to and from my dollar account, of course thats why its a domiciliary account, other benefits are that you can link it to your Master card and fund your Master card with it. Every transaction you engage is logged with CBN so watch it.

@lite5, I don't think you can open theĀ  account with them via telephone because their standard requirements are for you to submit two reference forms duly signed by current account holders preferrably with GTB and copies of your utility bill and ID.

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