You finally joined the bandwagon to the future of banking, congratulations. What's banking without money though 💰? 

So, let's get you started by funding your account .

FUNDING ACCOUNT 

A safe assumption would be that you have a phone, hopefully a smart one and you have your Eyowo installed on it. If not, no worries you can use the web option - log on to app.eyowo.com 

Perfect! Now from your home screen, tap on Fund Eyowo then enter the desired amount and proceed to put some money into your account.

You can make a deposit into your Eyowo account via:

  • Debit cards
  • Eyowo Voucher
  • GTB's 737 
  • First Bank's 894
  • Other banks (USSD)

USING THE DEBIT CARD OPTION

After setting your Eyowo password and logging in, you can add money to your balance via your debit cards. If you haven’t added any card yet, you need to add one before funding with it.

Somewhere in your purse or wallet, you probably have a debit card that has some money, great! You can use that.

Simply tap the Debit card then choose the card you intend to fund with. 

1.     Go to your home screen

2.   Tap on “Fund Eyowo”.

3.     Enter amount and tap on ‘Proceed’.

4.     On the payment method screen, tap “Debit card”.

5.     Choose your preferred card by tapping on it.

6.     Enter your password and tap on ‘Confirm’.

To see your new balance, look at the top of your home screen.

If you don't have any card added, no worries simply add a new card.


USING GTB's 737 OPTION

GTB account holders will love this! You can fund your Eyowo from your GTB by simply dialling a code.

1.     Go to your home screen.

2.    Tap on “Fund Eyowo”.

3.     Enter the amount and tap on "Proceed".

4.     On the payment method screen, tap “GTB 737”.

5.     Tap on the generated code.

6.     Dial the generated code.

7.     Enter your PIN or the last four-digits of  your card.

NOTE: This costs 50 Naira.

USING First Bank's 894 OPTION

If you have a First Bank of Nigeria account, funding your Eyowo has gotten even more pretty straightforward.

If you already use First Bank's *894# USSD service on your Eyowo phone number, you will love this.

Here's how to fund through 894:

1.     Go to your home screen.

2.    Tap on “Fund Eyowo”.

3.     Enter the amount and tap on "Proceed".

4.     On the payment method screen, tap “First bank 894”.

5.     Tap on the generated code.

6.     Dial the generated code.

7.      Enter your Eyowo phone number

8.     Enter your 894 PIN or the last four-digits of  your card.

NOTE: This costs 20 Naira.

USING Other banks (USSD) OPTION

If you use any other bank account aside from those listed, you can also fund your Eyowo account by dialling a USSD string. The  USING Other banks (USSD) is the perfect option for you.

To use this feature, it's important that your Eyowo phone number is associated to the bank account you wish to fund from. 

You should ideally be using the bank's USSD service already because you will need the USSD PIN to authenticate such transactions.

Here's how to fund via this option:

1.     Go to your home screen.

2.    Tap on “Fund Eyowo”.

3.     Enter the amount and tap on "Proceed".

4.     On the payment method screen, tap “Other banks (USSD)”.

5.     Tap on the generated code.

6.     Dial the generated code.

7.      Select bank account.

8.     Enter your Eyowo phone number.

9.     Enter USSD PIN associated with bank account.

Yeah, that's it!

NOTE: This is FREE for all transactions below 1000 Naira.
            For transactions from 1000 and above, this costs 20 Naira.


USING THE EYOWO VOUCHER OPTION

You most likely have an Eyowo agent 🏠somewhere around you. Head over there and purchase an Eyowo voucher.

After buying the voucher:

1.     Go to your home screen

2.     Tap on “Fund Eyowo”.

3.     Enter amount and tap on ‘Proceed’.

4.     On the payment method screen, tap “Eyowo Voucher”.

5.     Enter voucher information.

6.     Tap on ‘Fund Eyowo’.

To see your new balance, look at the top of your home screen.


Just because we truly care, we will keep looking out for more ways to fund your Eyowo.

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