Banco de Venezuela (BDV) launched the MicuentadigitalBDV service, which allows you to open an online checking account through the BDVdigital mobile application.
This innovative instrument, which emerged in the first edition of the HackatónBDV, is aimed at individuals who do not have any product with this financial institution for the creation and activation of an account without having to go to a bank branch.
In this context, Samuel Díaz, a new BDV client, expressed his gratitude for the creation of this service “this new technological nature is important as it effectively facilitates remote operations. In less than 3 minutes, the steps prior to the authentication of the fingerprint are completed, ”says the entity's prey note.
To date, more than 15 thousand digital accounts have been opened, which is equivalent to the registration of new BDV users, a fact that maintains the financial institution as a leader in attracting customers.
Process to use MicuentadigitalBDV:
Step 1: download the BDVdigital application through your virtual store
Step 2: in BDVdigital press the option "open account"
Step 3: digitize identity documents; scan the QR of the Rif, take a photo of the identity card, then and a frontal photo of your face
Step 4:: complete the form with personal data
Step 5: enter the number of the cell phone you want to affiliate with Clavemóvil
Step 6: indicate and validate the email
Step 7: create the unique user, copy the account number and download the BDV Coordinates card. From this moment on, you are already a Banco de Venezuela customer.
Authentication in businesses with BiopagoBDV or Bank offices
To complete the process, it is necessary to authenticate the fingerprint in a period of less than 30 days, the last step that is carried out through the BiopagoBDV devices found in affiliated businesses or in the Bank office of your choice.
In this sense, businesses have the ServicesBDV button in the main menu of the biometric system, a link that allows authentication and activation of the user's account.
Banco de Venezuela adds self-management options to its users in order to guarantee financial operations 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, in compliance with the guidelines of the President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro.