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State Bank of India (SBI) customers can get this double good news ...






                   State Bank of India (SBI) customers can get this double good news ...


New Delhi: If you are a customer of State Bank of India (SBI) you can get a relief news soon. SBI can change the limit of minimum amount in its bank accounts, and it is a matter of your benefit that the bank is going to reduce it. Not only that, he is also considering the amount of penalty imposed on him not taking the minimum amount. State Bank of India (SBI), who is facing severely criticized for making a profit of Rs 1,771 crore as a penalty against the customers, not keeping the average monthly minimum in savings accounts, said that the idea of ​​reducing the minimum amount and the penalty amount Has been doing.


Review will be done again ...
For the retail and digital banking, the Bank's Managing Director, P.K. Gupta said, "After implementing the MAB in April, we have been continuously reviewing it and we did it a little less in October. Now we are reviewing it again. "He said that on the basis of the responses received, we are doing a comprehensive review of MAB and the fine on him. Amendments will be announced soon.

Profit and loss due to current rule ...
The country's largest bank SBI had revised the monthly average minimum amount (MAB) charges in April 2017. It did this after the interval of five years. In the accounts of metro cities, he had Rs 5,000 for MAB and 1,000 rupees in rural areas. Fines were imposed on less than this amount. According to the Finance Ministry data, this bank, having 40.2 crore savings account holders, earned a profit of Rs 1,771.67 crore in this item as a fine against the MAB between April 2017 and November 2017. This is more than its second quarter profit.

What are the rules of the bank at the moment ...
At present, MAB for saving accounts in metro and urban areas is Rs 3,000, with no penalty for 30 to 50 rupees and taxes separately. Similarly, MBA in semi-urban areas is Rs 2,000 and in rural areas Rs 1,000. If not, the penalty is 20 to 40 rupees and taxes are different.



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