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How To Transfer Money From Your Bank Account To Your MoMo Wallet

MTN Ghana, the popular telecommunication user in Ghana can transfer money from your bank account directly to your MoMo wallet.

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In most cases, people happen to use MoMo more often than normal bank transfers and withdrawals. So, this article will take you through simple ways to transfer money from your bank account to your MoMo wallet with ease.

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NOTE: This approach can not be done if your bank has not linked your MTN MoMo number to your bank account. So I would recommend you visit your bank and register for their mobile banking policy.

Another thing to note is that not all banks can transfer your funds from your account to your MoMo wallet. In this case, it will be best to find out which Mobile wallet your bank support before you go ahead with this article.

Besides the above caution, you are good to follow the steps below:

  • Dial *170#.
  • Select Option 5 [Financial Services].
  • Select Option 1 [Bank Service].
  • Select Option 2 [Transfer from Bank].
  • Select Bank.
  • Enter your Bank Account Number.
  • Enter the Amount to transfer.
  • Enter MoMo PIN.
  • You will receive a notification for a successful transaction.
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So, this is how you can Transfer money from your Bank Account to your MoMo Wallet. If you want to know how to Reverse any MoMo transaction, CLICK HERE.

If you have any questions concerning how to transfer money from your Mobile Money (MoMo) Wallet, you can contact your bank or you can also contact MTN through any of their contacts below.

CONTACT DETAILS
Physical Address Scancom Limited, Plot OER 6. Independence Avenue, West Ridge, Accra
HelpLine(Toll-Free) 100
Call Center +233244300000
Email Address customercare.gh@mtn.com
Website https://www.mtn.com.gh/

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