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BRAC Bank credit cardholders also eligible for self-registration to Internet Banking services

BRAC Bank has announced to enable self-registration to its Internet Banking service by using credit cards as well. Earlier, the sign-up process was open to the bank’s debit cardholders only, the bank said in a press release.

BRAC Bank customers can now avail of the Bank’s Internet Banking service by visiting https://ibanking.bracbank.com/bblonline/ and complete the self-registration process following a few simple steps within minutes using their debit as well as credit cards.

Commenting on this new feature, BRAC Bank’s managing director and CEO Selim R.F. Hussain said: “BRAC Bank is at the forefront of digital banking solutions and we want all our customers to be able to utilize the digital options. We believe that our Internet Banking service allows the customers to bring a 24/7 banking service at their home.”

BRAC Bank Internet Banking service enables its customers to manage their accounts and cards and making real-time fund transfers to accounts and mobile wallets, paying card bills, utility bills, mobile bills, insurance bills, etc.

With a two-factor authentication via SMS verification and email, BRAC Bank’s Internet Banking service is equipped with state-of-the-art security features to ensure safety and greater convenience of its customers.

Hussain also said: “We have always considered the safety and benefits of our valued customers throughout the COVID-19 situation and this is part of it. We promise to bring more innovative banking solutions as part of our digital transformation journey and help our customers to bank with us anytime and from anywhere they want.”

For self-registration, a customer will need to provide his or her 16-digit active debit or credit card number, card’s PIN, and a registered mobile phone number. The PIN is used as an access code for self-registration of the customer and the bank does not store the PIN anywhere in its banking system, it says in a statement.


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