Tuesday, 9 May 2017

FIDELITY DAIL4CASH: Withdraw From ATM Without Your ATM Card

Yesterday, I found myself in a position that I didn't like at all! CASHLESS!

How did that happen? Well I went to buy some stuffs at Ikeja and I got so carried away with the spending that I spent everything I had on me down to my transport fare forgetting I didn't take my ATM card along with me.

When I realized what had happened, I almost went carzy but then I remembered that I saw something like "Cardless Withdrawal" in some of the messages I received from FIDELITYSMS and I decided to give it a try since I had no other choice.

Long story short, I successfully got cash from the ATM without my ATM card and everybody at the ATM gallery looked at me like a magician....little did know

Belows are steps I took to withdraw from the ATM without my card

  • First dial *770*1# on your phone
  • Select DIAL4CASH by replying 4
  • Enter the Amount you wish to withdraw
  • Next you'd be required to select a one-time 4 digit pin...Be sure to remember it
  • Now enter your INSTANT BANKING PIN
  • After selecting the 4-digit pin, you 'd be sent a CASH OUT CODE..It an 8-14 digit code
Now you've gotten all you need to perform the magic...lol...Now head to the ATM
      cardless withdrawal doesn't work on all ATMs
      If You are using the *770# Instant Banking service for the first time, you will be required to register by dialing *770#.
fidelity bank cardless withdrawal
  • When you reach the ATM, just press the ENTER/PROCEED button or press any button
  • A menu should appear, Select Quickteller Cashout or DAIL4CASH or PayCode Cashout from the menu
  • You'd be required to enter your CASHOUT code, Enter it carefully
  • Then you'd be required to enter your One-time 4 digit code
  • Now enter the amount you wish to withdraw, make sure it's the same as before
  • Click proceed and you should hear that sound that everybody loves coming from the ATM.

Saturday, 6 May 2017

Gmail For Android Gets New Anti-Phishing Security Features

Google recently started rolling out new updates for Gmail users on Android, this new update helps keep you safe from phishing attacks.

"When you click on a link in a suspicious message, Gmail will show a warning prompt helping you keep your account safe," the company explains. Here's a screenshot of the warning prompt:

Anti-phishing for gmail

While not all affected emails are necessarily dangerous, I encourage you to be extra careful when clicking on links in messages that you’re not sure about.

Also, beware of the kind of attachments you download from your emails.