Polaris Bank Transfer code makes it easy for customers to send money using their smartphones.
Polaris Bank was formerly known as Skye Bank. As a result, many people still search for Skye Bank transfer code. But for this guide, we’ll stick with Polaris Bank transfer code, so don’t get it confused in any way.
Before Polaris introduced the use of USSD code for bank transactions, customers had to visit the bank or ATM machine to transfer money. Alternatively, they had to transact through the Polaris mobile app. But all that can be avoided now.
Before you can use this code however, you need to first of all register for Polaris Smart code banking.
To register, dial *833# and follow the on-screen instructions. Ensure you dial the code using the phone number linked to your Polaris bank account.
If you’ve previously registered, you can continue reading below.
How to send money using Polaris Bank Transfer Code
- To transfer money to Polaris and other Bank accounts in Nigeria, Dial *833*AMOUNT*ACCOUNT NUMBER#.
- Select the Bank of the recipient and continue with your transaction.
- Confirm that the full name of your recipient corresponds with what you have in mind.
- Enter your USSD banking PIN or the last 4 digits on your ATM MasterCard to complete the transfer.
After following the above steps, you’ll receive a debit alert from Polaris bank confirming your transfer.
Polaris Bank transfer charges and limits
The daily transfer limit is set at 50,000 naira only. But you can increase this limit when you use the mobile app. Polaris Bank also charges 10.50 naira for transfers made to other Polaris Bank account and 52.50 naira for transfers made to other banks in Nigeria.
If you have any questions concerning transferring money to or from Polaris bank via the transfer code, please ask your question below and we’ll reply.