JAIIB & CAIIBText Books by IIBF

JAIIB Books by IIBF


CAIIB Books by IIBF



Why People Hate SBI (Public Sector Banks)....!!!!???? Reason #4

Leave a Comment

Why People Hate SBI (Public Sector Banks)....!!!!???? Reason #4Why People Hate SBI (Public Sector Banks)....!!!!???? Reason #4







Dear Friends,

Today we are posting Reason #4 for the question

"Why People Hate SBI (Public Sector Banks)....!!!!???? Reason #4"

Reason #4



People hate SBI(PSBs) because its too crowd in branches if we go to SBI(PSBs) for Applying ATM/Cheque Book/Internet Banking/Transactions…etc


For this, SBI(PSBs) Providing and encouraging its customers to do the transaction in alternate channels like in ATM, Netbanking, POS…etc.

Even to apply for ATM card, Netbanking, Cheque book. you need not go to the branch nowadays. You can register in Onlinesbi.com with your basic details like Account number, CIF number, Name, Date of Birth for SBI Internet Banking facility.

To apply for SBI Internet Banking Please Click Here

And to apply for ATM card and (or) Cheque book, you can apply through SBI Internet Banking itself.

However there are ATMs, Cheques, Net banking facility for other Transactions like Transfers, NEFT/RTGS…etc.

For Deposits you can go to nearest SBI CDM (Cash Deposit Machine) or CRM (Cash Recycler Machine)


So in Most of your cases you need not go to the branch for your bank related services.
SBI(PSBs)  providing many ways to  its customers to happily do banking transaction without any difficulties and the services are improving day by day.

However where there is a quality there are people.


So think about it...


Note: Don’t Reveal your ATM/Credit card number, Expiry Date on the card, CVV, OTP received in your mobile to anyone. (it has to be known only to you)


SBI Toll-Free Helpline Numbers for Suggestions/complaints:


1800 11 2211 (toll-free), 
1800 425 3800 (toll-free) 
or 

080-26599990

or

https://cms.onlinesbi.com/CMS/



Thanks and keep visiting for more updates.....!!!!!!!


for Reason #5 Click here (Upcoming)


0 comments:

Post a comment