These rules will be changed in the bank from tomorrow.

We know that many rules change day by day in a bank. And often we have a lot of problems. Today we know that the population of the world is increasing day by day and at the same time the tide is also rising. Many rules are also changed in the bank.

Bank new rule

A lot of changes are going to take place in the country from tomorrow i.e. from 1st July. And at the same time a lot of rules are going to change in the bank as well. And the effect will fall directly on the customer.

From July 1, customers will be charged extra for withdrawing money from ATMs and using check books. All these rules will apply to the Basic Savings Account Deposit (BSBD) account. Withdraw 4 times from SBI ATM or bank branch will be free. After that, after free limit, cash withdrawal will be charged at Rs. 15 and GST. Apart from that, you will now have to pay extra to get a check book.

IDBI Bank is going to change the check leaf charge, savings account charge, and locker charge from July 1. The bank has reduced the free facility for cash deposits (home and non-home) to 5-5 times in Semi Urban and Rural branches from the current 7 and 10 respectively.

In addition, customers will now only receive a free 20-page check book each year. Customers will then have to pay Rs 5 for each check. Apart from that, senior citizens will get a discount on the locker when their monthly average balance (MAB) is 10 thousand.

Syndicate Bank has merged with Canara Bank, so the bank’s IFSC code will change from July 1. Syndicate Bank customers will now have to get a new IFSC code for their bank branch.

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If the jewelry is stolen and lost, it will now be easier to identify its real owner, although this will happen if it has not been melted down and given a new look. Just as all the citizens of the country are identified by UID in the Aadhaar card, the government is going to make UID mandatory for every piece of jewelery from July 1.

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