How To Link Your Bvn/Nin With Your Opay Account With Simple Step

Starting from March 1, 2024, OPay users are required to link their Bank Verification Number (BVN) and National Identification Number (NIN) to their accounts as per the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) regulations. This step is crucial for enhancing financial security and preventing fraud.

Linking your BVN and NIN to your OPay account is a straightforward process. Here’s a simple guide:

1. Ensure you have your BVN and NIN ready.
2. Have a stable internet connection.
1. Open the OPay app and log in.
2. Look for a notification within the app instructing you to update your account information.
3. Tap on the notification and follow the on-screen instructions.
4. Choose the appropriate option:
    – If you know your BVN, select “Link BVN” and enter the 11-digit number.
    – If you’ve forgotten your BVN or prefer an alternative, choose “Verify with Bank Account” and provide your bank account details linked to your OPay account.
5. Follow the remaining prompts to complete the linking process.
6. Be prepared to provide a selfie for additional verification.
7. Wait for confirmation from OPay; this may take a few minutes.
Additional Information:
– If you encounter difficulties, contact OPay customer support through the app or their website at
– Linking your BVN and NIN ensures compliance with regulations and strengthens the security of your OPay account.
By following these steps, you can easily link your BVN and NIN to your OPay account before the March 1, 2024 deadline, avoiding any potential restrictions on your account.
In the dynamic realm of digital finance, regulatory changes are common. This mandatory linking aligns with broader efforts to fortify security. It not only ensures compliance but also enhances the security of your financial transactions, providing uninterrupted access to OPay’s services.
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