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Can I Reactivate a Dormant Account at Any Branch?- Access Bank Official

When your bank account is dormant and you're thinking of reactivating it, you're likely to be worried about going back to where you registered the account back then.


Must you go to your branch to reactive your dormant bank account or you can just walk into any branch around your present location to get your account actively back?


A frustrated Access Bank customer has given the bank reason to answer this question.


The customer went angry when he sent the message below.


Dear @myaccessbank the account officer details attached on my access more app isn't responding to emails and not picking up calls what’s the purpose of technology if i have to travel to Abeokuta from Lagos to reactivate a dormant account??? Cc: @accessbank_help

 


Understanding the mess the customer is in, the bank instructed him to reactivate the dormant account at any branch closer to him.


Hello @johnfadejola, this is usual. You do not need to visit your home branch to reactivate your dormant account. You can visit any of our branches close to you with a valid ID and a recent utility bill.

 

As a matter of fact, this information is not limited to the Access Bank. Customers of any other bank who is struggling with the reactivation of dormant accounts can just walk into any of their banks' branches and request a reactivation.

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