One of the greatest inconveniences of the Christmas and New Year festivities is the closing of banks. The closure effectively puts many bank services on hold for days leaving many customers lost on how to deposit, withdraw or transfer their money.
This year is no different. To make matters worse, this year’s festivities fell on weekdays. This means that banks have are closing for up to four days on the Christmas week and three days on the New Year’s week.
With many Kenyans have traveled upcountry for the festivities many are wondering how they can access banking services. Well, there is no need to worry. This is because Co-op Bank has got you covered.
Through its network of over 8,500 banking agents, Co-operative Bank is ensuring that you continue to access all banking services at your nearest Co-op Kwa Jirani agency.
With such a wide network of agents, you will definitely find to find a Co-op Bank agent right at your town centre or village market.
Some of the services you will be able to access at Co-op Kwa Jirani agents include, deposit and withdrawals, payments of utility bills such as water bills, Kenya Power bills, KRA services. This means that you an still carry out all your transactions and banking services right at the comfort of your upcountry holiday.
If you deposit money through the Co-op Kwa Jirani agents, your funds will immediately start to reflect on your Co-operative Bank account.
Interestingly, you will be able to withdraw up to Sh. 100,000 per day at the Co-op’s agents using your mobile phone, if you have registered for M-Coop Cash. If you have not registered for -Coop Cash, you will need your ATM card, which you will use to withdraw from the agent’s point of sale machine.
When making any transactions always remember that Co-op Bank does not require you to show your secret pin to anyone. Happy Holidays from Co-op Bank.