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How to deposit cash or make payments at Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Automated Teller Machines (ATM’s)

I bet majority of us are yet to make use of some really important services that are already enabled at numerous teller machines countrywide; if you belong to that group that only uses ATM’s to make cash withdrawals, you aren’t alone. Personally, I’ve grown to assume the only and main function for an automated teller machine was to dispense cash for account holders, but ever since I was introduced to making monthly house rent payments at Barclays bank ATM’s, I’ve come to appreciate just how this feature can save you long queues to simply performing these transactions at one’s convenient time with minimal traffic. Having gone through this process for a few months now, rent payment has been so easy, fast and most convenient more ever that I’d be foolish not to share.

I’ve devised a simple guide on how you can make cash deposits at KCB ATM’s without having to visit banking halls that are open only during official working hours or bank agents that might not have enough float to credit your account. Please note not all banks, ATM’s and accounts support this facility, on Barclays bank for example, the account holder must have enabled this service and only currency notes in denominations of Ksh. 1,000 and Ksh. 500 are allowed.

How to make instant cash deposits at Kenya Commercial Bank Automated (KCB) Teller Machines (ATM’s)

  • Locate a supported ATM machine (not all ATM’s will support this feature)

If you don’t have an ATM card of the account holder/beneficiary, follow below steps;

  • On the ATM menu, select “deposits and mobile
  • Select “deposit” then “account”
  • Enter the account number of beneficiary
  • Put the total cash in the slot
  • Wait for the machine to process your transaction
  • Confirm transaction then pick your receipt

If you have an ATM card of the account holder/beneficiary, follow below steps;

  • Insert your debit card and enter the “PIN”
  • Select the “deposit” option then put the total cash in the slot
  • Confirm the amount, then pick your receipt

cash deposits can be done at the following KCB ATM’s

Kisii West Western Gateway Nairobi
Kisii Main Western Riverside Nairobi
Kehancha Western Garden City Nairobi
Isebania Western Two Rivers Branch Nairobi
Kisumu Main Western River Road Nairobi
Kakamega Western Sarit Centre Nairobi
Busia Western Lavington Nairobi
Bungoma Western Westgate Advantage Nairobi
United Mall Western Jogoo Road Nairobi
Naivasha Great Rift Thika Road Mall Nairobi
Bomet Great Rift Gigiri Square Branch Nairobi
Kericho Great Rift Prestige Plaza Nairobi
Nakuru Great Rift Village Market Nairobi
Kitale Great Rift Nairobi High Court Nairobi
KCB Eldoret Great Rift Zimmerman Nairobi
Nyali Cinemax Coast Githurai Nairobi
BAMBURI Coast Tassia Nairobi
Mtito Andei Coast Donholm Nairobi
Voi Coast Ngong Town Nairobi
Mvita Coast Rongai Nairobi
Savani Coast Moi Avenue Nairobi
Kwale Coast Tala Nairobi
Mariakani Coast Gikomba Nairobi
Kengeleni Coast Kimathi Nairobi
Nyali Coast Tom Mboya Nairobi
Treasury Square Coast Upper Hill Nairobi
Mtwapa Coast Thika Central
Mwembe Tayari Coast Kangari Central
Kilifi Coast Makutano Central
Ukunda Coast Nyeri (Two ATMs) Central
Kilindini Coast Nanyuki Central
Lamu Coast



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