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SBI Offer These Free Services For Bank Customers Including Cheque Book Bank Balance Etc
SBI मुफ्त में देता है ये छह सुविधाएं, घर बैठे मिस्ड कॉल से निपट जाएगा बैंक का सारा काम
बिजनेस डेस्क, अमर उजाला, Updated Mon, 13 Jan 2020 03:16 PM IST

SBI offer these free services for bank customers including cheque book bank balance etc

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देश का सबसे बड़ा सरकारी बैंक भारतीय स्टेट बैंक (एसबीआई) अपने ग्राहकों को कई सुविधाएं देता है। एसबीआई अपने ग्राहकों को कुछ सुविधाएं मुफ्त में भी देता है। आप इन सुविधाओं का फायदा घरे बैठे भी उठा सकते हैं और बैंक से जुड़े जरूरी काम आसानी से निपटा सकते हैं।

मिस्ड कॉल से निपटा सकते हैं बैंकिंग से जुड़े कार्य
एसबीआई के ग्राहकों के लिए एसबीआई क्विक मिस्ड कॉल बैंकिंग सर्विस (SBI Quick Missed Call Banking Service) की सुविधा उपलब्ध है। यानी घर बैठे केवल एक मिस्ड कॉल से एसबीआई ग्राहक बैंकिंग से जुड़े कार्य निपटा सकते हैं।

आइए जानते हैं सभी सुविधाओं के बारे में-




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बैलेंस की जानकारी
अगर आपको अपना बैंक बैलेंस जानना है, तो आपको 09223766666 पर मिस्ड कॉल देनी होगी। इसके अतिरिक्त आप इस नंबर पर 'BAL' एसएमएस भी भेज सकते हैं।


मिनी स्टेटमेंट हासिल करने के लिए
मिनी स्टेटमेंट हासिल करने के लिए आपको 09223866666 पर मिस्ड कॉल देनी होगी। इसके अतिरिक्त आप 09223866666 पर 'MSTMT' लिखकर एसएमएस भी भेज सकते हैं। इसके जरिए आप पिछले पांच लेनदेन के साथ मिनी स्टेटमेंट हासिल कर सकते हैं।


चेक बुक के लिए आवेदन
नई चेक बुक के लिए आवेदन करने के लिए आपको 09223588888 पर मिस्ड कॉल करनी होगी या इस नंबर पर 'CHQREQ' एसएमएस भेजना होगा। अब ग्राहकों को कंफर्मेशन के लिए छह अंकों की संख्या के साथ बैंक से एक एसएमएस आएगा। अब खाताधारक को 09223588888 पर 'CHQACC <स्पेस> Y <स्पेस> छह अंकीय नंबर' एसएमएस करना होगा।

ई-स्टेटमेंट के लिए
अपने रजिस्टर्ड ईमेल पर पिछले छह महीनों की स्टेटमेंट प्राप्त करने के लिए आपको 09223588888 पर मिस्ड कॉल देनी होगी या 'ESTMT <स्पेस> अकाउंट नंबर <स्पेस> चार अंकों का कोड' भेजना होगा। सुविधा के तहत आपके ईमेंल पर पासवर्ड सुरक्षित पीडीएफ फाइल भेजी जाएगी।


एजुकेशन लोन ब्याज सर्टिफिकेट के लिए
एजुकेशन लोन ब्याज सर्टिफिकेट लिए ग्राहकों को 09223588888 पर मिस्ड कॉल करनी होगी यी 'ELI<स्पेस>अकाउंट नंबर<स्पेस> <4 डिजिट कोड>' का एसएमएस भेजना होगा।


होम लोन ब्याज सर्टिफिकेट
होम लोन ब्याज सर्टिफिकेट के लिए ग्राहकों को 09223588888 मिस्ड कॉल करनी होगी या 'HLI<स्पेस>अकाउंट नंबर<स्पेस> <4 डिजिट कोड>' एसएमएस करना होगा।


सुविधा के लिए करना होगा रजिस्ट्रेशन
इस सुविधा का लाभ उठाने के लिए ग्राहकों को रजिस्ट्रेशन करना होगा। इसके लिए उपभोक्ता को अपने रजिस्टर्ड नंबर से 09223488888 पर 'REG <स्पेस> बैंक खाता नंबर' एसएमएस भेजना होगा, जिसके बाद उपभोक्ता को कंफर्मेशन एसएमएस आएगा। कंफर्मेशन के बाद सेवा का लाभ उठाया जा सकता है।


बैंक खाते से रजिस्टर कराना होगा मोबाइल नंबर
हालांकि इस सुविधा का फायदा उठाने के लिए आपको अपना मोबाइल नंबर बैंक खाते से रजिस्टर कराना होगा। अगर आप अपना मोबाइल नंबर बदलते हैं, तो आपको अपना नया नंबर अपडेट भी कराना होगा।



SBI मुफ्त में देता है ये छह सुविधाएं, घर बैठे मिस्ड कॉल से निपट जाएगा बैंक का सारा काम
 
NOTICE: PAN-Aadhaar Linking Soon To End, Here's All You Need To Know

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Dec 21, 2019 8:38 AM

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Your PAN card will be of no use unless it is linked to Aadhaar card. (Mint)

NEW DELHI : All PAN cards which are not linked to Aadhaar cards will become inoperative or invalid from January as the income tax department has made it mandatory to link the two identity documents with each other. The linking deadline has been extended till December 31. After the last date i.e. January 1, all such Permanent Account Numbers (PAN) not linked to any Aadhaar cards will be of no use.

Without completing the linkage process you will not only be barred from filing income tax returns (ITR) but will also unable to use your PAN card anywhere else. It is better to complete the linking as soon as possible online through the income tax department's e-filing portal by giving your PAN, Aadhaar numbers and completing the authentication process using an OTP sent to your mobile phone.

In case you are not sure whether you have linked your PAN with Aadhaar or want to make sure that the process is complete, then you can check the status online. Here is how.

1) Go to the income tax department's e-filing portal and click on “Link Aadhaar" under the "Quick Links" section on the left hand side.

2) On top of the new page, click on "Click here" option blinking in red and blue.

3) On the next page, you will be asked to enter Aadhaar number and PAN number.

4) Enter Aadhaar number and PAN and the portal will throw up the linking status. You can also use the facility to check whether the PAN-Aadhaar linking process is complete or not.



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Pan - Aadhar linking last date has been extended till March 31st 2020.
 

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Pan - Aadhar linking last date has been extended till March 31st 2020.
Good news for taxpayers! CBDT extends PAN-Aadhaar linking deadline till March 31, 2020
By: FE Online|
Updated: December 30, 2019 9:09:40 PM
PAN-Aadhaar linking deadline EXTENDED: The date to link both the documents has been extended several times in the past. Earlier, it was supposed to be completed by March 31, 2019, which was later extended till September 30 and later till December 31.

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Earlier, the last date was December 31.
PAN-Aadhaar linking deadline EXTENDED: The last date to link PAN and Aadhaar has been extended yet again. The Central Board of Direct Taxes on Monday extended the date for linking of PAN with Aadhaar till March 31, 2020. Earlier, the last date was December 31. In a notification, the CBDT said: “The due date for linking of PAN with Aadhaar as specified under sub-section 2 of Section 139AA of the Income-tax Act,1961 has been extended from 31st December 2019 to 31st March 2020. Notification no.107 of 2019 dated 30/12/2019 issued by CBDT.”

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The due date for linking of PAN with Aadhaar as specified under sub-section 2 of Section 139AA of the Income-tax Act,1961 has been extended from 31st December, 2019 to 31st March, 2020.
Notification no.107 of 2019 dated 30/12/2019 issued by CBDT.
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The date to link both the documents has been extended several times in the past. Earlier, it was supposed to be completed by March 31, 2019, which was later extended till September 30 and later till December 31. Today, the last date has been further extended to March 31, 2020.
If you hold the PAN card and have also got the Aadhaar number, the two must be linked. It is compulsory to link PAN with Aadhaar by March 31, 2020. In not doing so, your PAN will become inoperative which means quoting PAN during specified transactions will not be allowed. If not allowed, you may not be able to complete any of the 18 specified transactions where PAN is mandatory.
If you want to know how to link PAN with Aadhaar, here’s the process: Visit the e-filing website of the income tax department and click on ‘Link Aadhaar’ or, directly access the below link
(https://www1.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/e-FilingGS/Services/LinkAadhaarHome.html?lang=eng)
Fill the details and complete the linking process directly on the e-filing website.



Good news for taxpayers! CBDT extends PAN-Aadhaar linking deadline till March 31, 2020





Link PAN Card With Aadhar Card: Aadhaar Linking With Pan Card Deadline Extended Upt O 31 March 2020
8वीं बार बढ़ी आधार से पैन लिंक कराने की समय सीमा, सीबीडीटी ने नई तारीख का किया एलान
न्यूज डेस्क, अमर उजाला, नई दिल्ली Updated Tue, 31 Dec 2019 12:21 AM IST

PAN-Aadhaar

PAN-Aadhaar


सार
  • पैन और आधार लिंकिंग की समय सीमा 31 मार्च 2020 तक बढ़ी
  • पहले यह समय सीमा 31 दिसंबर 2019 को खत्म हो रही थी
  • आयकर विभाग ने पैन कार्ड को आधार से लिंक कराना अनिवार्य कर दिया है

विस्तार
सेंट्रल बोर्ड ऑफ डायरेक्ट टैक्स (CBDT) ने उन लोगों को राहत दी है जिन्होंने अभी तक अपने पैन कार्ड को आधार से लिंक नहीं कराया है। आधार कार्ड को पैन से लिंक करने की समय सीमा जो 31 दिसंबर 2019 को खत्म हो रही थी उसे अगले तीन महीने के लिए बढ़ा दिया है। सेंट्रल बोर्ड ऑफ डायरेक्ट टैक्स (CBDT) ने पर्मानेंट अकाउंट नंबर (PAN) और आधार लिंकिंग की समय सीमा 31 मार्च 2020 कर दी है।


8वीं बार बढ़ी आधार से पैन लिंक कराने की समय सीमा, सीबीडीटी ने नई तारीख का किया एलान
 
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Didn’t ban cryptocurrencies, only ring-fenced banks from associated risks: RBI tells SC

This statement came as a response to a petition filed by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) in the Supreme Court.




Money Cryptocurrency Tuesday, January 21, 2020 - 18:34



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Contrary to the general opinion that cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are banned in India, the Reserve Bank of India has conveyed to the Supreme Court that digital currencies are not banned. RBI says it has only ring-fenced banks and other regulated entities from dealing in the currencies that could result in losses for them.
This statement by RBI is part of a 30-page response in the form of an affidavit that the banking regulator had submitted to the apex court in a case filed by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI). The appeal by IAMAI to the Supreme Court was in objection to RBI’s circular in 2018 where it had stopped the banks from dealing in cryptocurrencies which amounted to banning legitimate business transactions.
Reserve Bank of India has explained in its affidavit to the Supreme Court that it was not against any technological innovations. However, cryptocurrencies have earned the reputation of being used for illegal transactions and for funding terrorist activities. Money laundering is another activity associated with the virtual currencies. The regulator therefore wanted that the financial institutions in India which are regulated by it do not fall a prey to the risks associated with dealing in cryptocurrencies.
The central bank had offered similar advice to the Indian government as well not to allow initial coin offerings (ICOs) and asset funds based on virtual currencies in the country. This too has been disclosed by RBI in that affidavit.



The cryptocurrency debate is raging in many countries across the world. Those in favour of cryptocurrencies claim it is the currency of the future and governments should adopt them in the economy. Those opposing point out how volatile the currency, particularly Bitcoin has been and how gullible public have lost billions of dollars of their hard-earned money chasing fortunes in Bitcoin. There have also been cases of massive hacks through which the cryptocurrency assets held in exchanges have been wiped out overnight, leaving the owners of these currencies with nothing to show.
The next hearing on the case in the SC is fixed for January 21, 2020.



Didn’t ban cryptocurrencies, only ring-fenced banks from associated risks: RBI tells SC
 

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SBI debit card holders have a new facility for online transactions. Details here

2 min read . 08:36 AM ISTSangeeta Ojha

SBI virtual card can be used to shop online at any merchant website that accepts visa cards

SBI virtual card reduces the chances of any fraudulent activity

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State Bank of India (SBI) offers virtual card which is a limit debit card. It can be created using SBI's internet banking for e-commerce transactions. This card can be used to shop online at any merchant website that accepts visa cards, without any difference from a regular plastic card, according to the official website of SBI.

Features of SBI virtual cards

1) SBI virtual card hides the primary card and account details from the merchant, thereby reducing the chances of any fraudulent activity.

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2) SBI virtual card is valid for a period of 48 hours or till the transaction is complete.

3) SBI virtual card creation and online transaction is authorised only after successful validation of One Time Password (OTP) sent to your registered mobile number.

4) SBI customers can make payment through their net banking amount.

5) The minimum transaction amount to create SBI virtual card is ₹100 and the maximum is ₹50,000.

6) SBI virtual card can be used at any online merchant site that accepts visa cards.

7) SBI vitual card is a single usage card, i.e once used successfully it cannot be reused.

8) The amount is debited only when actual purchase, using the virtual card, is completed successfully.

Here is a step-by-step guide to create your SBI virtual card

-Login to your SBI online banking account (www.onlinesbi.com).

-Click on 'e-Card' tab on the top bar.

-Click on 'generate virtual card' tab.

-Now, select the account you wish to transfer money to the virtual card.

-Enter the amount you wish to transfer to the virtual card.

-Agree to the terms and conditions by clicking on the tick box.

-Click on 'Generate'.

-Now, you will have to verify the cardholder name, debit card account number and the virtual card limit.

-SBI will send an OTP to your registered mobile number.

-Enter the OTP and click on 'Confirm'.

-After successful validation, card image with card number, expiry date, etc will be displayed on the screen.

-SBI vitual card is now created and available for e-commerce transaction.




 

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Bank Strike News: Bank Employee Unions Call Strike On January 31, February 1
Bank Strike Today: The United Forum of Bank Unions called for a two-day nationwide strike on January 31 and February 1 as talks on wage revision failed to make headway.

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Updated: January 31, 2020 11:26 am IST



Bank Strike News: Bank Employee Unions Call Strike On January 31, February 1

Bank strike 2020: The bank employees have been demanding a salary hike since November 2017.



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The United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), which represents nine trade unions, has called for a two-day nationwide strike on January 31 and February 1 as talks with the Indian Banks' Association (IBA) on wage revision failed to make any headway. Banking operations across the country will be affected as bank branches will remain close and functioning of ATMs may also be paralyzed.
The bank employees have been demanding a salary hike since November 2017.

Bihar: Bank employees in Patna participate in the 2-day nationwide bank strike called by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), seeking early wage revision settlement and other demands. pic.twitter.com/ZvwijWxEuR
ANI (@ANI) January 31, 2020
The strike on January 31 and February 1 will coincide with the Economic Survey and Budget Day respectively. The banks will also remain shut on February 2, which happens to be a Sunday.

UFBU is a confederation of nine bank unions that includes All India Bank Employees' Association (AIBEA), All India Bank Officers' Confederation (AIBOC), National Confederation of Bank Employees, All India Bank Officers' Association, Bank Employees Federation of India, Indian National Bank Employees Federation, Indian National Bank Officers' Congress, National Organisation Of Bank Workers and National Organisation of Bank Officers.


 

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How is Axis bank? Any reviews of this bank?
I do not like it.

I had account.

Closed.

My branch was not good even if it was at main place.
They deny services which are considered as welcoming gestures.
LOL !

I had to go to other branch which was little far than other 4-5 branches.
 

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Exclusive: *A top public sector bank told employees to restrict the circulation of ₹2,000 notes*

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Feb 7, 2020 2:42 PM



A top public sector bank has told its employees to no longer stock ₹2,000 notes in ATMs today onwards.

But customers need not panic as these banks are however told to accept ₹2,000 notes from individuals coming in to make a deposit.

According to an email accessed by Business Insider India, the email also instructs senior management to no longer issue the denomination for withdrawals via cheque either.

A top public sector bank’s employees were told by the senior management not to dole out ₹2,000 notes during bank withdrawals. They were also instructed to not stock the denomination at ATMs as well.

As per an email viewed by Business Insider India, at least one public sector bank has issued instructions to senior management to keep ₹2,000 notes out of circulation.

But customers need not panic as the bank employees were told to accept ₹2,000 notes from individuals making a deposit. The email states, “This will be formally communicated soon.”

Sources at the bank — whose identity we confirmed, requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly — said that after the directive was issued, senior officials called branch managers to confirm that it was being executed in the morning.

They were told to ensure that only denominations of ₹500, ₹200 and ₹100 are loaded into ATMs. “The supply of ₹100 notes will be increased through currency chests for which a special drive is being undertaken,” said the email.

However, it was also communicated that the written instruction was a mistake and was not supposed to be communicated as such — although the instruction to “restrict” the circulation of ₹2,000 banknotes nationwide, still stands. No explanation was given to explain the exercise was being undertaken.

Business Insider has written to the RBI awaiting a response from the central bank.

Public sector banks across the board hold back ₹2,000 notes
We at Business Insider tried to withdraw money from multiple public sector banks across the nation. We presented a cheque to the State Bank of India in New Delhi, the cashier told us that he was unable to issue ₹10,000 in ₹2,000 denominations because they only had one note left. Officials tell us that’s an improbable situation for a city branch, which deals in high traffic on a daily basis, to lack stock of any denomination.

A Bank of Baroda ATM and a Canara Bank ATM in Mumbai only dispensed ₹500 notes while trying to withdraw ₹4,000 and ₹6,000 respectively. However, an Andhra Bank ATM did dispense ₹2,000 notes.

A flood of fake notes
The move comes less than a month after the National Criminal Records Bureau ( NCRB) data revealed that there was a flood of fake notes in the market after demonetisation. According to their data, 56% of all ₹2,000 notes seized from were fake.

Two days ago, 13 individuals were arrested in Hyderabad in a fake currency racket where denominations of ₹500 and ₹2,000 were being printed on scanner-cum-colour printing machines. A task force seized currency notes with the face value of ₹17.7 lakh.

The RBI isn’t printing anymore ₹2,000 notes
In reply to a Right to Information ( RTI) query, the RBI said that the printing of ₹2,000 currency notes has been stopped altogether in October 2019.

At the time, RBI did not issue a clarification for the measure but analysts said supply of high-denomination notes was being limited to keep people from hoarding them. They also pointed out that the optimal level of ₹2,000 notes has been reached — 31.2% in terms of value and 3% in terms of volume.

In 2016-17, the RBI claimed that it printed 3,544.991 million notes. Next year, it printed 111.507 notes, which reduced further to 46.690 million notes in 2018-19.

According to RBI data, there were 3,363 million notes in circulation at the end of March 2018.








 
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Modi government to ban 2000 note? This order given to banks!

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Feb 9, 2020 3:01 PM

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New Delhi: Is government preparing slowly to bring the 2,000-rupee note out of circulation? According to a report, a government bank has issued an order in writing to its employees which states that they should not give 2,000 rupee notes to the customers. Apart from this, these notes should not be inserted in ATMs also. Bank officials have been instructed to put 200 and 100 rupee notes in ATMs besides 500.

According to an English website report, this has been said by quoting a bank official. According to the report, the bank personnel have been ordered through e-mail to give other notes instead of 2,000 rupee note to customers coming for withdrawal. Also, they should not be filled in ATMs. However, customers have nothing to worry about this. In the order issued, banks have been asked to accept 2,000 rupee notes from customers. An e-mail sent by the bank has also said that a formal order will be issued soon.

According to the report, the bank asked the employees to do maximum transactions of 100 notes. According to the order, the supply of 100 rupee notes from currency chest will also be increased. This order has come at a time, National Crime Records Bureau reported claimed the flood of Rs 2,000 notes. The report claimed that 56 per cent of the total recovered counterfeit notes belong to 2,000 rupee notes.









 
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