India’s Largest Bank, State Bank of India has increased the Cash Withdrawal Limit from Non-home branches.
To support its customer, the State Bank of India issued a new notification where they explained their new Cash Withdrawal rules. State Bank of India has increased the Cash Withdrawal Limit from non-home branches through cheques and withdrawal forms to support its customer in this Pandemic. The new rules have been implemented with immediate effect.
@TheOfficialSBI Tweeted about their New Cash Withdrawal Limit Rules:
According to the new rules, SBI customers can now withdraw 25,000 Rupees in a day. State Bank of India through their Twitter account informed their customer about the same.
“To support our customers in this Pandemic, SBI has increased the non-home Cash Withdrawal Limit through Cheque and Withdrawal form.”
To support our customers in this pandemic, SBI has increased the non-home cash withdrawal limits through cheque and withdrawal form.
#SBIAapkeSaath #StayStrongIndia #CashWithdrawal #Covid19 #BankSafe #StaySafe pic.twitter.com/t4AXY4Rzqh— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) May 29, 2021
With the help of new rules, customers can now withdraw up to Rs 25,000 in a day through their savings account by visiting any bank branch of SBI (except home branch), the limit to withdraw cash through cheque is 1 lakh rupees. The new rules will remain in force till 30th September 2021.
According to the new rules, in order to withdraw Rs 25,000 through withdrawal form at non-home branch of State Bank of India, you will need to carry saving account pass book.
Also if you are sending someone with a cheque to withdraw the cash, the bank will ask the KYC of the person carrying a cheque before handing over the money.
For more information you can visit any nearest SBI Branch.
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