Public Provident Fund to FD, RD, NSC: Check what you can do with Post Office Online Banking
Post Office Online Banking: For lakhs of Post Office savings account holders across the country, banking with India Post has now become way too easy.
Post Office Online Banking: For lakhs of Post Office savings account holders across the country, banking with India Post has now become way too easy. Now, you can perform most of the tasks online, just as any other public and private sector banks. A number of facilities are now available online at Department of Post e-banking portal at https://ebanking.indiapost.gov.in/.
Here are some of the most important points you need to know about Post Office Online Banking:
- Transactions allowed: Manage Payee; Initiate fund transfer within DoP; PPF withdrawal; View scheduled transactions; PPF Contribution/Loan repayment; View recurring/standing instructions; RD Deposit; 8. View All Transactions; RD half withdrawal repayment; View Incomplete Transactions.
- General services: Mails; Inquiry Facility; Service Requests.
How to apply for internet banking: A Post Office Savings Bank Internet Banking service request form can be availed through ebanking.indiapost.gov.in. You will need to filled by the account holder. Post Office savings bank account holders can also submit application form for online banking at their
The DoP online banking facilities were recently launched by Union minister Manoj Sinha. The interest rates on Post Office Saving Schemes are decided by the government periodically.
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