sbi net banking alert | SBI internet banking, YONO, YONO Lite, UPI services to remain closed today, know timings, beware! Many services of SBI including internet banking will be closed today, know the timing
SBI services will remain closed for some time today  |  Photo Credits: BCCL
- SBI is today shutting down several services for maintenance activities.
- This can cause problems for SBI customers.
- Therefore SBI has issued an earlier alert.
New Delhi: State Bank of India (SBI) is the largest bank in the country. It also has the largest number of customers. SBI has issued an alert for its customers that its internet banking services will not be available for 150 minutes on July 16 due to the maintenance activities by the bank. Internet Banking / YONO / YONO Lite / UPI facilities will also not be available during this period. SBI said on social media platform Twitter that the services will be closed between 22:45 hrs on July 16 and 01:15 hrs on July 17. According to the bank’s notice, the shutdown period will be around 150 minutes.
SBI tweeted from its official Twitter handle that we request our esteemed customers to stay with us as we strive to provide a superior banking experience. After the statement, the notice issued with it said that we will carry out maintenance activities between 22:45 hrs on 16.07.2021 and 01:15 hrs on 17.07.2021 (150 minutes). Internet Banking / YONO / YONO Lite / UPI services will not be available during this period. We are sorry for this inconvenience and request you to join us.
It may be noted that the customers are unlikely to face any major hardship as the bank will not carry out the maintenance activities during the peak banking hours. Meanwhile, in another tweet, SBI advised its customers not to visit the branch unless it is necessary as most of the banking services can be done onlinesbi.com from home or through SBI YONO mobile application.
Similarly, SBI had earlier warned its customers against the rise in online KYC frauds. The bank said in a statement that the cases of KYC fraud are genuine, and have spread across the country.
SBI on its official Twitter handle warned its customers and said that there are many instances where fraudsters have duped people with KYC verification. It tweeted that the KYC fraud is genuine, and has spread across the country. The fraudster sends a text message pretending to be a representative of the bank or company to get your personal details.
Report such cyber crimes here: http://cybercrime.gov.in #StateBankOfIndia #CyberCrime #StaySafeStayVigilant’
The bank recently allowed its customers to update their KYC through mail or post during the company’s second wave.
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