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Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Rayfield: 8:37am On Oct 14, 2017
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Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by tballeyy(m): 8:42am On Oct 14, 2017
DanielsParker:
so?

with their contract staffs .

First bank has never conducted a graduate training Program
they cry
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Allee90: 8:44am On Oct 14, 2017
Dats my bank. Even with their large number of customers the bank is really trying. And when it comes to digital banking they have no second Walahi

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Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by nurez305(m): 8:56am On Oct 14, 2017
dingbang:
because Firstbank is the only bank that always have money in their atms
not their atm machine I'm talking about. I mean inside their branches. If 10milloin customer have atm card, tell me why are they still having queu for transaction in their branch
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by dingbang(m): 8:57am On Oct 14, 2017
nurez305:
no their atm match one, I mean inside their branches. If 10milloin customer have atm card, tell me why are they still having queu for transaction in their branch
because other bank customers come to withdraw money...
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Nobody: 9:03am On Oct 14, 2017
How does that make Pogba,Morata and Dembele to recover from injury
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Sugarcious(m): 9:09am On Oct 14, 2017
Ahmed0336:
Dats my bank. Of recent dem wan fustrate my life with bvn ishhh almost two weeks now dem never resolve my issue angry
u say 2weeks lol. It took me 4weeks still nothing I had to send a mail and within 48hrs the issue was resloved.
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by peacemara54(m): 9:22am On Oct 14, 2017
check my signature
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by milkymesh: 9:30am On Oct 14, 2017
Ignorance is bliss. Enjoy

DanielsParker:
so?
with their contract staffs .
First bank has never conducted a graduate training Program
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Ahmed0336(m): 9:48am On Oct 14, 2017
Sugarcious:
u say 2weeks lol. It took me 4weeks still nothing I had to send a mail and within 48hrs the issue was resloved.
Abeg epp me with d email.
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by erico2k2(m): 10:33am On Oct 14, 2017
Wiseandtrue:
First bank has customers no doubt' the problem is their archaic ways of doing things.

With their procedures is something else agreed it's for security purpose but there are mechanism in place to speed up such process.
For God sake this is the 21st century undecided

Above all, it's difficult to get all the ATM in their premises working hence the unnecessary queues.

Don't say it's applicable to all banks, first bank issue as one of the oldest bank is out of this world.

Congratulations And I hope the people coming in will make banking experience worth while for you customers.
They must be doing a very good job to maintain such customer volume
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by erico2k2(m): 10:34am On Oct 14, 2017
nurez305:
not their atm machine I'm talking about. I mean inside their branches. If 10milloin customer have atm card, tell me why are they still having queu for transaction in their branch
People still prefer old way face to face banking . Or are withdrawing larger than atm limit or paying in
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Ekiugboughelli: 10:35am On Oct 14, 2017
Ahmed0336:
Dats my bank. Of recent dem wan fustrate my life with bvn ishhh almost two weeks now dem never resolve my issue angry

MY ACCOUNT WAS BLOCKED ON 9TH OF SEPT 2017 (WHEN I DISCOVERED IT ON ATTEMPT TO DO TRANSFER) AND ON THE 12TH I WENT WITH AFFIDAVIT AFTER FINDING OUT THAT MY NAME WAS MISSPELT IN THE SYSTEM………………….OH BOY, I KEEP VISITING AND CALLING CUSTOMERS CARE ON PHONE AND ALL I HEAR IS WE ARE WORKING ON IT.

FINALLY, IT WAS RESOLVED ON THE 9TH OF OCTOBER, 2017, LIKE A MONTH.

THIS BANK SUCK NOWADAYS
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by nairaman66(m): 10:46am On Oct 14, 2017
When will they be FIRST on Customer service delivery?
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Nigeman: 11:00am On Oct 14, 2017
The guy never complete until, I mean .., ohoohooo...until he wears yellow shoes, though him try sha
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by prejulsuc(f): 11:33am On Oct 14, 2017
Ahmed0336:
Dats my bank. Of recent dem wan fustrate my life with bvn ishhh almost two weeks now dem never resolve my issue angry
Also with me o.Am just so fed up with first bank with all this unnecessary blocking of acct.I have done all the things they said I shall do.Yet they refused to open my acct for the past 2months.I have called their customers services center and they promised to activate the acct.Still the same.I don't know if is a crime to bank with them.For my own money again.When I was paying in,they didn't block it.It was time to collect my money it become a problem.Others banks are not stressing people the way,first bank is doing.I know how credit I have wasted in calling their customers care center.I just regret banking with them I swear.
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by saintcasmir(m): 12:29pm On Oct 14, 2017
No respect for Firstbank and their first problematic ATMs
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Alajiki(m): 1:20pm On Oct 14, 2017
DanielsParker:
so?

with their contract staffs .

First bank has never conducted a graduate training Program

Source of your assertion.
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Alajiki(m): 1:27pm On Oct 14, 2017
Ahmed0336:

Abeg epp me with d email.

please call 0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), 01-4485500, 0708-062-5000, SMS Short Code 30012 or email firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Wiseandtrue(f): 1:48pm On Oct 14, 2017
erico2k2:

They must be doing a very good job to maintain such customer volume
I never said they were of no good. I just mentioned areas that needs improvements.


They need to improve to retain their customer base.



Each time I think of visiting that bank, I knew that a whole day is gone undecided
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Ahmed0336(m): 2:14pm On Oct 14, 2017
Alajiki:


please call 0700FIRSTCONTACT (0700-34778-2668228), 01-4485500, 0708-062-5000, SMS Short Code 30012 or email firstcontact@firstbanknigeria.com
Thanks
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by DanielsParker(m): 2:18pm On Oct 14, 2017
Alajiki:


Source of your assertion.

Maybe I'm ignorant like some pointed out here, but sincerely I haven't seen or heard they did.
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by Tjakes(f): 3:33pm On Oct 14, 2017
prejulsuc:
Also with me o.Am just so fed up with first bank with all this unnecessary blocking of acct.I have done all the things they said I shall do.Yet they refused to open my acct for the past 2months.I have called their customers services center and they promised to activate the acct.Still the same.I don't know if is a crime to bank with them.For my own money again.When I was paying in,they didn't block it.It was time to collect my money it become a problem.Others banks are not stressing people the way,first bank is doing.I know how credit I have wasted in calling their customers care center.I just regret banking with them I swear.
Same happened to me. Went there in rage, asked to speak with manager, threatened her that I wanted to close my account. They unblocked the account immediately.
Just go to any branch and threaten them I'm front of other customers they will unblock you immediately

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Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by emmyz09(m): 4:02pm On Oct 14, 2017
The bank is inhumane to their contract staff, as they sacked them without any benefits not only that they sold the company in sourcing Ltd without paying off the staff before whytecleon took over. I have my facts n figures. Thank you
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by erico2k2(m): 4:10pm On Oct 14, 2017
Wiseandtrue:

I never said they were of no good. I just mentioned areas that needs improvements.


They need to improve to retain their customer base.



Each time I think of visiting that bank, I knew that a whole day is gone undecided
Online Banking is the way 4ward .
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by erico2k2(m): 4:12pm On Oct 14, 2017
emmyz09:
The bank is inhumane to their contract staff, as they sacked them without any benefits not only that they sold the company in sourcing Ltd without paying off the staff before whytecleon took over. I have my facts n figures. Thank you
Is that not the whole essence of getting contract staff ? Contract staff are more expensive than full time staff .
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by gwinaB(m): 5:54pm On Oct 14, 2017
DanielsParker:
so?

with their contract staffs .

First bank has never conducted a graduate training Program

Absolutely untrue. Some are currently undergoing conversion training
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by gwinaB(m): 5:57pm On Oct 14, 2017
emmyz09:
The bank is inhumane to their contract staff, as they sacked them without any benefits not only that they sold the company in sourcing Ltd without paying off the staff before whytecleon took over. I have my facts n figures. Thank you

The contract employees of any organization are just contracted for a period. They are not even on the payroll of the org they are contracted to but on the payroll of the company that employed them.
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by gwinaB(m): 6:01pm On Oct 14, 2017
nurez305:
not their atm machine I'm talking about. I mean inside their branches. If 10milloin customer have atm card, tell me why are they still having queu for transaction in their branch

Nigerian banks always have queues. Go to other banks and see
Re: Another First As Firstbank’s Payment Card Hits 10 Million In Nigeria by mayorchelsea(m): 7:00pm On Oct 14, 2017
It won't be out of place to say shame on some people here who come on social media and embarrass themselves. One educated illiterate said FirstBank said has never conducted graduate trainee recruitment when google isn't far off.Another says contract staff were sacked without benefit. Very obvious meaning of contract staff is lost on them.I wonder how ignorant these people would be if they had lived in the years before Google.

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