If you are also going to withdraw cash from ATM, then this is important news for you.
All banks have different rules for withdrawing cash (ATM Transactions Limit) from ATM, so today we will tell you to withdraw money from ATM in all banks including State Bank of India (SBI atm), Punjab National Bank and ICICI Bank. The rules and limits are different. Let us tell you how much money you can withdraw in a day from which bank’s ATM-Also Read:Indian Oil Corporation extends missed call facility to 8454955555 to avail LPG connection
State Bank Of India ATM
You can withdraw at least 100 rupees and a maximum of 20 thousand rupees in a day from the ATM of SBI (State Bank of India), the country’s largest government bank. State Bank of India offers 18 types of ATM cards to make transactions easier for its account holders. There are many types of cards available, from simple SBI/ATM cards to foreign currency debit cards.Also Read:RBI took a big decision, now self help group will get loan up to Rs 20 lakh without guarantee
Punjab National Bank ATM
Talking about Punjab National Bank ATM, you can withdraw cash up to Rs 50,000 in a day through its Platinum and Rupay debit cards. At the same time, if you talk about its Master Debit card or Classic Rupay card, then through this you can withdraw Rs 25000 cash in a day.Also Read:How to check your LIC policy status online, know how
ICICI Bank ATM
Talking about ICICI Bank ATMs, according to the bank’s website, you can withdraw cash up to Rs 1 lakh through Platinum Chip Card. At the same time, 1.5 lakh rupees can be withdrawn through Visa Signature Debit Card.Also Read:Multiple Bank Account Customer Alert ! Be careful having multiple bank accounts! These big losses can happen including cutting money
HDFC Bank ATM
Through HDFC Bank’s Platinum Debit Card, the bank allows cash withdrawal of Rs 1 lakh per day.
Banks will be fined
Let us tell you that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to impose a penalty on banks in case of running out of cash in ATMs. This arrangement will start from 1st October. The central bank has taken this step to remove the inconvenience caused to the people due to non-availability of cash in ATMs. A fine of Rs 10,000 will be imposed on the concerned bank who does not deposit money in the ATM on time.Also Read:How can you buy railway general tickets from your mobile phone, know how