How To Block Your GTB ATM Card Immediately If Stolen/Misplaced?

Sometimes we could get very careless and misplace our most valuable items. Just imagine losing your ATM card and you have no cash on you? That is a nightmare, but there is a solution. In this tutorial, we will highlight what can be done when your GTBank credit or debit card (also known as ATM card) gets missing or stolen.

If your ATM card gets missing, damaged or stolen, there are instructions to adhere to before you submit your application at any GTB branch for a new one. These instructions will help to prevent unwanted card usage from unauthorised persons. Let’s get right into it:


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How To Block GTBank ATM Card Immediately If Stolen/Misplaced Through SMS?

You can simply hotlist your vital card when it is compromised, missing or stolen. Just type SMS “HOTLIST (NUBAN)” to 08076665555. NUBAN is your ten-digit account number.

How To Block GTBank ATM Card Immediately If Stolen/Misplaced Through Internet Banking?

GTBank lets you block ATM card on the internet as well. Affected customers just have to get themselves logged into their internet banking, tap cards, choose “hotlist”, choose card, type the number, expiry and so on, plus the reason why you wish to block the card. After you submit, hold on for the card to be blocked.

How To Block GTBank ATM Card Immediately If Stolen/Misplaced By Contacting The Bank?

You can also contact GTB on their social media accounts or by calling a phone number if you do not want to visit any bank branch. It is actually one of the quickest ways to block your GTBank ATM card.

Below are the contact details you will need. They include their social media accounts, telephone numbers, email, website and so on. Check them out:


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  1. Their customer care number is +23414480000.
  2. Facebook-
    Twitter- (for card queries)
    Twitter- (for general complaints).
  3.  Email address is [email protected].
  4. Their website URL is

And that is that.

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