Big News: Essential rules of these 3 banks to be changed from February 1, find out here

There is big news for customers of State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda. In fact, the necessary rules related to the bank are going to be changed for all of them. Under the recent information, several important bank-related rules will be changed for bank account holders from February 1, 2022. The bank has informed the account holders from time to time. The bank has also appealed to the account holders to complete the necessary work on time. The rules will change from February 2022 for the customers of State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB) and Bank of Baroda (BoB). Let us know about everyone.

Cheque clearance rules to be changed- For customers of Bank of Baroda, the rules related to check clearance will change from February 1. In fact, according to the information given by the bank, for check payment from February 1, now customers will have to follow the rule of the positive pay system. In such a situation, the account holders will have to send the information related to the check to the bank after issuing the check. At the same time, the confirmation of the check from the bank will be mandatory. Yes and if there is no confirmation then the check can also be returned.

Rules to be changed for SBI account holders from February 1- From February 1, several necessary rules will be changed for State Bank of India account holders. SBI customers will find it difficult to transfer money from February 1. In fact, SBI customers will be charged more on IMPS transactions from February 1. In that case, if you go to the bank and transfer funds through IMPS, you will get Rs. 20 plus GST for Rs. 2 lakh to Rs. 5 lakhs. According to reports, the new rule will come into effect from February 1, 2022.

PNB Debit Failure: Rs. 250- Punjab National Bank The debit account rule has been changed from next month. An important rule is going to change from the coming month of February. In fact, according to PNB, if the transaction fails due to the non-availability of money in the debit account of the instalment or investment from 1st February, you will have to pay Rs. 250. At present, there was a charge of Rs.100. However, it has now been increased to Rs.200. 150/- on cancellation of demand draft.

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