Are you a Punjab National Bank (PNB) account holder and moving to a new location? Then there is no need to worry about changing your local branch as you can do it online.
“Moving to a new location? No need to worry; just change your local branch online,” PNB tweeted on Tuesday.
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If you want to change your local branch, you can follow the simple steps mentioned below:
1. Log in to Online Retail Banking.
2. Select Other Services.
3. Select Change Source Branch.
4. Enter the branch ID (which account it will be transferred to)
5. Authenticate the request.
Moving to a new location? There is no need to worry; just change your local branch online.
– National Bank of Punjab (@pnbindia) September 21, 2021
To know more information about it, you can also click on the link- https://tinyurl.com/s95z3udr.
The bank has also provided certain safety tips to its clients. PNB has asked its clients not to reveal passwords over the phone / email, etc. to any person, including the bank. The other safety tips shared by the bank include:
1. Change your password regularly. Keep your password with a combination of alphabets, special characters, and numbers.
2. Use the on-screen KEYBOARD to log in when you are not using your own PC.
3. Do not click website links / attachments in unknown / suspicious emails. These links can take you to a replica of the bank’s website and ask you to enter your user ID and password.
4. When in doubt, reconfirm the PNB website by double clicking on the ‘lock’ symbol / icon in the address bar to ensure the site is operating in secure mode BEFORE entering any confidential / sensitive information .
5. Clicking on the ‘lock’ symbol / icon and the server certification symbol will display the details of the server certification in favor of Punjab National Bank.
7. If there is a call, confirm that the call is from the authorized person at the bank.
8. PNB does not ask for your account / PIN / password details. Therefore, anyone pretending to be asking the bank / technical team for information may be a fraudulent entity, so be careful.