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SBI gives online facility to change branch

Saturday - September 21, 2019 2:39 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
State Bank of India ranks first as the largest bank in India
State Bank of India ranks first as the largest bank in India

Now change your SBI savings account online from one branch to another branch

SEP 21 (WTN) - As you know that the State Bank of India (SBI) is the largest bank in India. By the way, if you are a consumer of the SBI, then you must have seen that there is a lot of crowd in any branch of the SBI. On the other hand, the SBI branch where you have your account is quite far away from your home or office. In these circumstances, many consumers of the SBI transfer their account from one branch to other many times, and for which they have to go to the branch in which they have an account.

But it would have been good if there was no need to go to the bank to change SBI branch and this work should be done online. For your information, let us know that the country's largest bank, i.e. SBI, tries its best to make almost all the facilities of the bank available to its consumers online. To meet the long-standing demand of consumers, the SBI has now started an online service to transfer savings account from one branch to another.

As you know, due to the crowd in the branches of the SBI and sometimes due to the irresponsible attitude of the employees and officers of the SBI, consumers have to make many rounds of the bank to change the bank branch. In such a situation, both consumers' time and money are wasted. But now the SBI consumers will be able to do the same work online very easily.

The SBI has given online option to transfer savings account of SBI from one branch to another branch in its net banking facility. To change the branch of SBI, firstly the consumer has to log in on the official website of SBI https://www.onlinesbi.com. After logging on to the official website of the SBI, here the consumer will get the option of 'e-Services' on the homepage. To proceed with the process of bank branch transfer, the consumer has to click on the 'e-Services' option.

As soon as the consumer clicks on the 'e-Services' option, on the left side here, the consumer will get the option of 'Transfer of Savings Account'. To proceed with the branch transfer process, a new window will open in front of this option as soon as the consumer clicks. As soon as this window is opened, the customer will see the details of SBI accounts. From this, the consumer has to choose the account he wants to transfer.

Now the branch where the consumer wants to transfer his account, he has to enter the code of that branch. After entering the branch code, the consumer will have the option of 'Get Branch name', which the consumer has to click. After clicking on the 'Get Branch name', branch detail will appear on the screen. To transfer the branch, the consumer has to accept the terms and conditions written there and then press the 'Submit' button. After this process, the consumer has to 'Confirm' to confirm the details.

As soon as the consumer clicks on 'Confirm', a high security code will appear on his registered mobile number. After entering this code, the consumer has to 'Confirm' once again. As soon as the consumer clicks on Confirm, a new window will open. In this window, the message of confirmation of branch transfer will come to the consumer.

So you have seen that now transfer of savings account from one branch of SBI to another branch has become much easier than before. If you have your account in SBI and you want to change the branch for any reason, instead of changing the branch by visiting the bank, you can change the branch online. But remember that you can do this process online only when you use net banking.