Traveling abroad for the summer break?
Don’t forget to call National Bank of Kuwait toll free from your destination anytime you need help with banking queries.
NBK now offers toll free numbers, available 24 hours, seven days a week, in eight of the globe’s most popular destinations.
NBK customers can call 24 hours, seven days a week for free when visiting the following countries: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Turkey, Italy and Spain by using a local number for each of the above listed countries.
Call the toll free number when you need to speak directly with an NBK call service agent.
You can also call from any country abroad by dialing, +965 22248361 or even send a message by WhatsApp anytime, 24 hours, seven days a week to +965 52221333.
You can also complete a variety of transactions via NBK Online and Mobile Banking services.
"NBK wants its customers to be able to reach them easily no matter where they travel in the world and that’s why they set up the toll-free calling," said Tamer Allam, Head of Contact Center, National Bank of Kuwait. "People in Kuwait travel frequently, especially to the eight countries the bank included and this way they can speak with an NBK representative 24 hours, seven days a week no matter where they are."
Allam continued: "NBK call service agents can help with a range of banking questions and queries including freezing stolen or lost credit or banking cards, transferring funds between accounts, balance inquiry and issuing new cards. Customers can also ask about opening new accounts, learn about and apply for different credit cards, packages and loans".
Toll-free numbers abroad:
National Bank of Kuwait provides banking services to its customers across the globe.
NBK has the widest banking presence, available across four continents.
NBK’s international presence includes many of the world’s leading financial centers: Geneva, London, New York, Paris, Shanghai and Singapore.
Meanwhile, regional coverage extends to Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the UAE.