If you also have Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India, then this news is important. After the bank merger, the old IFSC and MICR code (IFSC / MICR Code) of these two banks will be replaced.
New Delhi: If you also have Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India, then this news is important for you. After the bank merger, the old IFSC and MICR code (IFSC / MICR Code) of these two banks will be changed, that means customers will need new code to do the transaction. Your old codes will not work after 31 March 2021.
Let us tell you that on 1 April 2020, the government merged the three banks of the country, Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank of Coors and United Bank of India.
Information about this has been given by tweeting on behalf of Punjab National Bank. The bank has said that the old checkbook and IFSC / MICR code of Oriental Bank of Corse and United Bank of India will work only till 31 March. After this, you have to get a new code and checkbook from the bank.
Follow these for the changes in the User ID
>> To know the User ID, login to ‘Know your user ID’ option.
>> eOBC customers have to put ‘O’ in front of their 8 digit user ID.
>> eUNI customers have to put ‘U’ in front of their 8 digit user ID.
>> Customers with 9 digit user ID do not need to make changes.
>> PNB said, click this link https://tinyurl.com/tkakqsp for more information.
Call this number for more information,
after the merger of these banks, the codes and checkbooks of both the banks have changed, after which the customers will have to go to the bank and get a new checkbook. Explain that customers can also call the toll free number 18001802222/18001032222 for more information.
Changes in the IFSC code will fall on the account holders. However, you do not have to worry immediately. The last date for IFSC code of these branches is 31 March 2021. The bank has also informed all customers in this regard. For online transactions, you have to add the bank’s IFSC i.e. Indian Financial System Code along with the bank account number. The number of banks in India is very large and in this situation the branches of all banks cannot be remembered. At the same time, the MICR code is Magnetic Ink Character Recognition.