My friend use my debit card/atm card for payment of passport fees on dated – 10-03-2017 but at the time of payment transaction was failed than my friend use its net banking of pnb then transaction success but my failed transaction rs. 1512.75/- was deducted from my syndicate bank, ajmer and not credited again. I…


New Poona Bakery at sinhagad road is asking Rupees 2 extra for every transaction made by card swipe. I asked for explaination then he was not answerable. Unnecessary he is charging the amount from customers. If some one denies to pay, then he asked not to purchase the things or pay by Cash. This is…


I have transferred my sb account from tikabsli to bhanjanagar sbi. branch and submitted the kyc properly with my present address.and applied a atm card . the branch has not send the atm card properly in my present addresses but the branch has collect the atm charges from my account and when I ask the…


Hi. I just purchased medicines from om vishnu medical and paid with card. My total bill was for 3199 rupees instead he charged me 3230 rupees. When enquired he said he have full authority from the bank to charge the customer for the service tax that he agreed to pay to bank at the time…


I did purchase of Mobile from a local shop in Goregaon and paid using my Debit card the vendor told me that it will charge me 2% extra on the MRP. I tried to explain him that the same has to bare by you not by the customer. But he didn’t listen to me and…


My SBI debit card (account in Medical Branch, Aligarh) has been used thrice overnight ON 10/10/15 to make online transactions. What is more shocking is that the transactions were made without OTPs. The list of the transactions is as follows: 1) Purchase worth Rs 2110 at PayU with txn# 072517617540 at 1:48am 2) Purchase worth…


While withdrawing amount from ATM, if your first attempt fails then do not make a second attempt for the same figure. For e.g, if your first attempt for withdrawal of Rs.5000/- fails, do not make a second attempt for the same figure of Rs.5,000/-. Take a p/o of your balance before and after every withdrawal…