BusinessZenith Bank Notifies Customers On Identity Card Expiration

Zenith Bank Notifies Customers On Identity Card Expiration

May 15, (THEWILL)- In a bid to update customers’ records in its database and ensure seamless operations, Zenith Bank Plc has commenced moves to eliminate expired identification modes.

The most affected are the driver’s licence and international passports, which have reached their expiry dates, thereby rendering them non-presentable in line with the directive from the regulator.

Zenith Bank, therefore, urged the affected customers to visit any of its branches to update their identification modes, preferably with the National Identification Number (NIN) or the Permanent Voters Card (PVC) which do not have expiry dates.

The notice sent to the customers read:

“Dear Valued Customer,

“Please be informed that your means of identification in our database has expired.

“In accordance with the Central Bank of Nigeria’s directive on the Customer Due Diligence regulation of 2023, we kindly request that you provide a valid form of identification (National Identification Number (NIN), Voter’s Card, International Passport, or Driver’s License) at any of our branches.

“Using your NIN or Voter’s Card is highly recommended as they have no expiry date, ensuring a smoother and continuous compliance process.

“We appreciate your cooperation in upholding regulatory standards and safeguarding your banking transactions.

“Thank you for Banking with us.”

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Sam Diala is a Bloomberg Certified Financial Journalist with over a decade of experience in reporting Business and Economy. He is Business Editor at THEWILL Newspaper, and believes that work, not wishes, creates wealth.

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