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In a new innovation under Digital India, State Bank of India or SBI has launched a new card-less cash withdrawal feature for their customers.. The State Bank of India (SBI) and all other Bank Like Axis Bank, ICIC Bank and HDFC Bank has become the first bank in India to allow account holders to withdraw money from ATMs without using an ATM card. 
SBI is offering the cardless ATM cash withdrawal service through its internet banking app called YONO. Here is everything you need to know about the service and how to use it.

 Card Less ATMs - Who to withdrawal and deposit cash from ATMs without card

Card Less ATMs - Who to withdrawal and deposit cash from ATMs without card
Card Less ATMs - Who to withdrawal and deposit cash from ATMs without card

SBI Customers Can Now Withdraw Cash From ATM Without Any Debit Card: This Is How It Works!

1. The State Bank of India (SBI) Withdraw money from ATMs without using an ATM card

. You will need to activate internet banking on your SBI account first and the account should have a registered phone number

. To use the cardless ATM service, SBI account holders will have to download the “Yono SBI” (SBI YONO Cash works without any debit card) mobile app on their Android smartphone or iPhone

. “Yono SBI” (YONO Cash: Card-less ATM Withdrawal) Donload Google Pleay Store Here..
. Install YONO App on your Android or iPhone

. After Installing the Yono SBI app, Visit the nearest SBI ATM or YONO Cash points, and use that PIN to withdraw the case you want.

. Now you will need to login with your internet banking details on “Yono SBI

. To withdraw cash from ATM, you will have to open the Yono SBI app and request for cash withdrawal

. On requesting cash withdrawal, you will get 6-digit code for registering the cash withdrawal request on the ATM

. You will need the 6-digit code before entering the ATM. On the ATM machine you will have to put this code to withdraw cash

Terms and Conditions : The State Bank of India (SBI) Withdraw money from ATMs without using an ATM card
. Note that the 6-digit cash withdrawal code is valid for 30 minutes only

. This service is only available in SBI ATMs and Yono cash points. This service will not work in ATMs of any other banks

. You will get a cash withdrawal alert SMS on your registered mobile number

. The Yono cash withdrawal facility is available across 16,500 SBI ATMs across India

. Only two withdrawals in a day is allowed using the Yono SBI app

. SBI account holders can withdraw up to Rs 10,000 per transactions from the ATM

. The cardless ATM cash withdrawal service prevents frauds arising due to theft or loss of ATM cards

. SBI says that this cardless Yono ATM cash withdrawal service will also prevent account holders from ATM card skimming or cloning frauds

Advantages of YONO Cash (SBI Bank)
. Cases of ATM Skimming is on the rise, wherein fraudsters clone and steal your debit card details, and then withdraw cash from your account.

. YONO Cash will help to solve this issue, as SBI customers are no longer required to take their debit cards to the ATM for cash withdrawal.

. SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar said, “YONO Cash will also address the concern of using debit card at the ATMs for cash withdrawals by eliminating possible risk associated with it. This feature is designed to help users withdraw cash without a physical debit card.”

Cash Withdrawal Without Debit Cards: The New Trend?
. Before SBI, a company named AGS Transact Technologies had introduced a unique, and innovative cash withdrawal mechanism without using any debit card.

. This new method uses UPI 2.0 features to enable cash withdrawal.

. Using a mobile app, the user is required to scan a QR code inside the ATM, after which, the required cash can be withdrawn, without using any debit card.

. Now, as SBI has unleashed this new feature of card-less cash withdrawal, we can expect other banks to follow suit.

We will keep you updated, as we receive more details.

Fixed Deposit interest rates 2019: The new year is finally here. The Fixed Deposit rates offered by various public and private sector lenders are expected to undergo a sea of change in the coming months if the Reserve Bank of India decides to make changes to the repo rate, which is the rate at which the central bank lends to the banks. Find below the 1 and 3 year FD plan rates offered by SBI, Post Office, HDFC, Axis, ICICI, PNB, OBC, PNB, Bank of Baroda: MsnTarGet.com

Fixed Deposit rates 2019: 1, 3-year plans at SBI, Post Office, HDFC, Axis, ICICI, PNB, OBC, BoB compared

Fixed Deposit rates 2019: 1, 3-year plans at SBI, Post Office, HDFC, Axis, ICICI, PNB, OBC, BoB compared
Fixed Deposit rates 2019: 1, 3-year plans at SBI, Post Office, HDFC, Axis, ICICI, PNB, OBC, BoB compared

Fixed Deposit rates in Post Office 2019: 1, 3-year plans

Post Office currently offers 7% interest on Time Deposits of 1 and 3 years. The Post Office now offers 7.0% interest on 1 year Time Deposit. This is compounded quarterly. The interest rate on this account offered earlier was 6.9%. The interest rate on 3 year Time Deposit scheme has been reduced to 7% from  7.2 per cent earlier. (Reuters) SoAs.IN

Fixed Deposit rates in SBI 2019: 1, 3-year plans

The State Bank of India (SBI) offers 6.4% interest rate to deposits below Rs 1 crore for 211 days to less than 1 year. For 180-210 days, it is 6.35%; 6.25% for 46 to 179 days and 5.75% for 7 to 45 days. On FDs of two years to less than three years, SBI offers 6.8% interest rate. For senior citizens, the rates are 0.5% higher.  (Reuters) Fun2Ind.CoM

Fixed Deposit rates in HDFC Bank 2019: 1, 3-year plans

On deposits below Rs 5 crore, HDFC offers 7.4% interest rate on FDs for 2 years 17 days to three years. On several plans starting from 7-14 days to 1 year, HDFC offers up to 7.3% interest rate. For senior citizens, the rates 0.5% higher.  (Reuters)

Fixed Deposit rates in Axis Bank 2019: 1, 3-year plans

Axis Bank offers 7.1% on FDs for 9 months to 364 days. For senior citizens, the interest rate on this plan is 7.35%. On FDs for two to three years, Axis bank offers 7.5% interest rate.   (Reuters)

Fixed Deposit rates in ICICI Bank 2019: 1, 3-year plans

ICICI Bank offers 6.75% interest on FDs for 290 days to 1 year and 7.5% for investment up to three years in FD with premature withdrawal facility. The rates are 0.55 higher for senior citizens. In FD with no premature withdrawal facility, the rates are 7.7% on deposits for 331 days to 1 year; 7.6% on deposits for 2 to 3 years.  (Reuters) SoAs.IN

Fixed Deposit rates in Punjab National Bank (PNB) 2019: 1, 3-year plans

Punjab National Bank offers 6.75%  interest on deposits for 1 to 3 years. For deposits up to 1 year, PNB offers up to 6.75 % interest rate. All rates are 0.5% higher for senior citizens. (Reuters)

Fixed Deposit rates in OBC (Oriental Bank of Commerce) 2019: 1, 3-year plans

OBC offers 6.5% on FDs for 270 to less than 1 year FDs. The rate is 6.7% on deposits for two to three years. (PTI)

Fixed Deposit rates in BoB (Bank of Baroda) 2019: 1, 3-year plans

Bank of Baroda offers 6.7% interest on 1-year FD below Rs 1 crore. For 3-year FD, the rate offered is the same at 6.7%. (Reuters)

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