SBI, PNB and BoB are going to change this rule from 1st February


#NewDelhi: Important news for customers of State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda. Rule 8 of these three banks is going to change The new rules will be implemented for the customers from February 1, 2022 The bank has informed the customers about this more than once

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Bank of Baroda rules change-

The Bank of Baroda Check Clearance Rule will be changed from 1st February. According to the information provided by the bank, customers will have to follow the Positive Pay System for check payments from February 1. According to the new rules, customers will have to provide information about the check to the bank after issuing the check If the check is issued and the information about the check is not given to the bank, your check will be returned From now on, you will be able to provide information to the bank through SMS, mobile app, internet banking and ATM for check payment. This rule will be applicable in case of payment of 10 lakh or more This rule has been issued by the Reserve Bank to protect against fraud Several banks have already issued this rule

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Punjab National Bank rules change-

Punjab National Bank is also going to change a rule From February 1, if any installment or investment debit fails due to lack of money in your account, you will be charged Rs. 250. Until now, only 100 rupees had to be charged for this In addition, if the demand draft is canceled or canceled, you will have to pay 150 rupees instead of 100 rupees

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New rules issued by State Bank-

If you are a customer of State Bank, from now on you will have to pay more charges for money transfer According to the bank’s website, the bank has introduced a new slab of IMPS transactions from February 1, 2022, which has been increased from 2 lakh to 5 lakh. From next month, instead of Rs 2 lakh, you will have to pay Rs 5 plus Rs 20 plus GST for sending money from the bank branch through IMPS.

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