State Bank of India-Alert for SBI customers. If you have an account with SBI and do not have a KYC, do so immediately. Otherwise, your account may be disabled.
SBI KYC update.
State Bank of India-Alert for SBI customers. If you have an account with SBI and do not have a KYC, do so immediately. Otherwise, your account may be disabled. SBI has already been alerting customers several times. All customers are requested to update KYC by May 31, 2021.
SBI warning for customers about KYC spam messages.
In recent times, however, cybercriminals have been sending various messages to customers on social media and mobiles. Messages warning that your account will be blocked within 24 hours if KYC is not done. SBI warns not to believe such news.
Various reports are going viral that banking services will not be fully available unless KYC details are updated.
Last date for KYC update.
In addition, a customer care number is provided. Call that number as if you were trapped by criminals. SBI warns us to be careful. However, the bank has given May 31 as the deadline for KYC updates.
If you have not done KYC do so. Immediate KYC is good if you want your account transactions to proceed smoothly. Otherwise there is a chance of getting into trouble.
SBI KYC update at home.
Customers can update KYC details not only at their nearest branch but also at their home.
It warns you to change your net bank passwords and not to tell anyone your bank account details under any circumstances if they ask.
Dear Customer, we appreciate your alertness. Beware of fraudulent SMS/email. SBI never asks for User ID/Password/Debit Card Number/PIN/CVV, etc. to any of its customers. Never respond to emails/embedded links/calls asking you to update or verify User ID/Password/Debit Card (1/2)— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) May 27, 2021
However it is difficult to go to the bank and update KYC during corona infections. Customers can send their KYC details to the bank by post or email.
All customers have to do is send the relevant documents to the bank. After the KYC update, an SMS will be sent to the customer’s registered mobile number.
Previously KYC details could only be updated at the branch. But SBI has announced that KYC documents will not be sent by post or email due to corona virus infection. You can do this at home and on mobile.