Skye Bank Online Money Transfer: Step by Step Guide


Skye Bank is one bank with a difference. The bank strives hard on daily basis to make banking experience more interesting and exciting.  This is one of the factors that make Skye Bank one of the best banks in Nigeria. It is now very easy to transfer money from your Skye Bank account to just any bank account for that matter.

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Transferring money from your  Skye Bank account to another Skye Bank account will not attract any charge whatsoever, even if you transfer funds many times in a day. On the other hand, you will be charged a token if you are transferring from a Skye Bank account to an account in another bank, either in Nigeria or abroad.

With the Skye Bank Money transfer service, you can easily receive funds from both international and local sources and you can transfer funds very easily, both to a bank in Nigeria and in foreign countries. There is no better way to bank than via Skye Bank. You will never regret it in the least.

What are the various services they offer? Some of these services are highlighted below:

  • With Skye Bank, you can easily carry out Western Union Money transfer
  • MoneyGram Money Transfer
  • Skye Flitcash, and this include some other forms of money transfer, like
    • Transfer from one local bank account to another
    • Flit Cash Online, which is a form of Virtual money transfer
    • African Payment Services (APS), which enable you to transfer money from your Skye Bank account to a bank account in any part of Africa. There is no easier way to get your money transferred than this.

It is clear that Skye Bank has all the angles covered.  Another type of money transfer servicers offered by the bank is what is called the RIA Money transfer. The processes describe above follow very simple process and practically anybody can sue it no matter how young or old the individual may be. All you need is your bank account and the money to be transferred sitting coolly in your bank account with Skye Bank.

Skye Bank has more than 400 branches across Nigeria and each of these branches has employees that are specifically dedicated to such service. You can therefore approach any of these branches to get the money transfer done without any problem or delay. At Skye Bank, you can be rest assured that they will give you nothing short of top quality services.

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One of the things that set Skye Bank apart from the rest is top class customer service. They never delay in responding to enquiries. If you have any challenge with using any of their money transfer channels, all you have to do is place a call through to them via their dedicated customer care line and they will respond without delay. You can also contact them via their email address or visit any of their branches to lodge complaint and they will resolve any associated issue without any delay.

Aside from operating in over 400 outlets across Nigeria, you can visit any of their outlets that they have dedicated for money transfer. In these branches, you can never get it wrong.  They have such dedicated branches in Abuja and the north central part of Nigeria, and some of the branches are at Aminu Kano, Asokoro, Bwari, CBD Abuja, Garki, Grand Square, Gwagwalada, Gwarimpa, Jos, Kubwa, Kuru, Life Camp, Lokoja, Lugbe, Maitama, Maraba, Tafawa Balewa, Wuse, Abuja Main, Kabba, Abuja Area 7, Abuja Festive Road, Gboko, Hilton Hotel, Jos,Kuje, Keffi, Mpape, National Assembly, Sheraton Hotel, UAC Building Abuja and VOM. You can visit any of these branches for your MoneyGram Money transfer needs.

In the Edo/Delta Region, you can visit Akpakpava, Asaba, Sapele, Warri, Forestry Road, Ugbowo, Upper Sakponba, Abraca Cash Office, Agbor, Agenebode, Aladja, Asaba Ezenei, Asaba Main, Auchi Polytechnic, Benin Main, Effurun, Ekenwan Cash Office, Ikpoba Slope, Obiaruku and Ogbogongo Branches of Skye Bank for all your MoneyGram Money Transfer.

If you reside in the Port Harcourt and Yenagoa axis, you can visit any of the branches here for all your Money Gram and Western Union transactions. These branches are at Agip Junction, Garrison Junction, Ikwerre, Okporo Road/eleme, Olu Obasanjo, Onne, Port Harcourt International Airport, Rivers State Secretariat, Trans Amadi, RSUST, Yenagoa, Igwuruta, Nchia Eleme, Port Harcourt, Rumola, Trans Amadi, Yenagoa, and Station branches.

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Do you reside in the Uyo/Calabar axis? The following branches of Skye Bank will respond to your MoneyGram and Western Union Money Transfer needs. They are Calabar, Ikot Ekpene, Uyo, Calabar, Ekete, Uyo, and UGEP branches.

If you are residing in the South Eastern part of Nigeria, you can link up with any of the Skye Bank branches here for all your Western Union and MoneyGram transactions. these branches are Abakaliki, Awka, Bridge Head, Johnson Street/ONM, New Market Road, Ogui Road/Enugu, Ugwuagba Obosi, Nnewi, Okpara Avenue, 9th Mile, Awka, Bridge Head Market C, Onitsha, Enugu Main Branch, Nkpor, Ogabru Relief Market, Onitsha Bright Street, Onitsha head Bridge, Onitsha New Market, Eziukwu, Owerri, Umuahia, Aba Factory Road, Ariaria Aba, Eziukwu Market, Jubilee Road Aba, Mgbidi, Ogbor Hill, Orlu, Ovim, Owerri Tetlow, Owerri Wethereal, St Michael, Umuahia, Umuelemai, and Urualla branches.

Those who are residing in the Festac area can visit any of the branches of Skye Bank located in that area for their Western Union and MoneyGram transactions. These branches are at Alaba, Amuwo Odofin/Coker Orile, Aspamba, Badagry, BBA, Festac, LASU, Matori, Oto Awori Cash Center, Odunade, Alaba, Bba-Trade Fair and Festac Branches.

Those who are located at Apapa and Lagos Mainland axis can link up with any of the branches here: Adeniran Ogunsanya Road, Apapa Road, Creek, Fatai Atere Way, Ikorodu, Ikorodu Secretariat, Isheri-Ojodu, Ketu, LUTH, Magodo, Montgomery Road, Ogudu, Shomolu, Warehouse Road, Wharf Road, Yaba Tech, Ibafon Coconut, Iganmu, Okota, Bode Thomas-Surulere, Ilupeju and Ojuelegba.

Some designated branches in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Ile-Ife and Benin do provide weekend services too.  They are open for service generally from 8 o’clock in the morning till 4 o’clock in the afternoon from, Monday through Friday.  The selected branches for weekend banking are open from 10 o’clock in the morning till 2 o’clock in the afternoon on Saturdays. They also provide services on Sundays and on public holidays, which start from 10 o’clock in the morning till 1 o’clock in the afternoon.

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