New Delhi: Have you lost your State Bank of India debit card or do you want to reissue a new one? Now, SBI customers can block their debit card and reissue a new one through phone call. The SBI has a toll-free IVR system through which State Bank of India customers can block and reissue debit card in hassle-free manner.Also Read - Viral Video: Ratan Tata Arrives at Mumbai's Taj Hotel in Nano Without Security. Watch
SBI Debit Card Block Number
State Bank of India (SBI) has issued toll-free numbers 1800 112 211 and 1800 425 3800. SBI customers need to follow a few steps to block their Debit Card and reissue a new one. Also Read - UPSC CDS I Result 2022 Declared; Check List of Qualified Candidates
SBI Debit Card Block By Call: Step-by-Step Guide
State Bank of India is making it easy to block and reissue debit cards through IVR at call centre. Also Read - US Announced Availability of Additional 35,000 H-2B Visas For Summer
Firstly, SBI customers need to call SBI toll-free numbers 1800 112 211 or 1800 425 3800 from registered mobile number.
Secondly, after calling, you need to press 0 for “Card Blocking”
After that SBI customers need to press 1 to block the card using their registered mobile numbers and card numbers.
SBI customers can also press 2 to block the card using their registered mobile numbers and account numbers.
If you select press 1, you need to enter last 5 digits of the ATM card you wish to block. After that press 1 to confirm. You need to press 2 to re-enter the last 5 digits of ATM card to be blocked.
Subsequently, your card has been successfully blocked. A blocking confirmation has been sent through SMS on the Registered Mobile Number.
If SBI customers wish to apply for a replacement card, they need to press 1 to apply for Replacement Card.
Press 7 for Previous Menu. You need to press 8 for Main Menu.
If SBI customers press 1 for applying Replacement Card, they need enter the year of birth.
You need to press 1 to confirm or press 2 to cancel. Please remember, card replacement charges will be applied.
If you confirm, your card replacement request has been successfully sent. A confirmation has also been sent through SMS on your Registered Mobile Number.
The debit card will be sent to SBI customer’s registered address.