How To Transfer Money From SBI ATM Debit Card

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How to Transfer Money from SBI ATM / Debit Card?

The ATM/Debit card of SBI comes with dual advantage. It has ATM compatibility as well as you can use it for merchant establishments too. With the State Bank ATM/Debit card you can perform free bank transactions in all 43000 ATM’S all over India.You can enjoy benefit of transacting about one lakh with ATMs of National Financial Switch linked banks.

If you have Savings account at SBI, you can do five transactions free of cost per month. You can make use of debit card for making payments at six lakh merchant establishments which includes shops, shopping malls, hotels, restaurants, petrol pumps and many more.

 

Transferring Money from SBI ATM / Debit Card

-For transferring money from SBI Debit Card you should take Your debit card and Debit card number of the recipient.

-For using State Bank ATM cum Debit card for money transfer you have to use following steps:

-First Swipe your State Bank of India debit card. After this, the screen will show you many options. For fund transfer you have to choose ‘Transfer’ option. This will appear on right side bottom of the screen.

-After selecting the option, you will be asked to enter your PIN. You need to type your ATM  card Pin Number and confirm the PIN.

-Next step is to Choose Card to Card Transfer option from the various options available on screen.

-After this step you will have to add the Beneficiary’s Debit Card Number. This is the 19-digit card number of the beneficiary whom you want to transfer money.

-You have to re-enter the Beneficiary’s Debit Card Number. You will be requested to add receiver’s card number twice for confirmation.

-Now add the exact amount that you want to transfer.

-Next step is to select your account type. After this step, transaction will be completed and money will be transferred to the beneficiary’s account.

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While Using SBI ATM Card You Can Follow Simple Security Tips:

  • You can keep changing your ATM PIN number regularly.
  • Never keep the PIN and the card together. Avoid writing PIN on your card.
  • You should never give your ATM card as well as PIN details to anyone, including bank people as they will never ask for this information.
  • Do not allow strangers enter ATM room or avoid taking help from strangers.
  • Do not let your transaction slip remain behind in the ATM room as it shows your account information.

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