How to Block SBI Debit card ?

All banks supply a credit card to their users. If you lost your debit card or theft necessitating blocking it by yourself! It should go without saying that this guide provides comprehensive information about how to block SBI ATM Card step-by-step so as not overlook anything.

If you have lost your debit card or it has been stolen, follow these steps in order to block it and prevent unauthorized transactions:

1. Activate the alert system on your bank account. This will send an SMS or email notification to your registered mobile number if a debit card is used at an ATM or point-of-sale terminal that is not linked to your current bank account. You can also activate the alert system online by logging into your account and clicking on “My Account” on the top menu bar and then “Alerts & Notifications.”

2. Close all open accounts that are linked to the lost/stolen debit card. This will ensure that no funds are withdrawn from the account, even if someone uses the lost/stolen debit card without your permission.

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3. Contact your bank and tell them that you have lost or stolen the debit card. Ask them to activate the block on your account.

4. Wait for your bank to send you a blocking code. This code will allow you to make future transactions only through authorized channels, such as ATMs and point-of-sale terminals. You will also receive a notification if someone attempts to use the blocked debit card at an unauthorized machine.

5. Keep the blocking code safe and secret, so that no one else can use the blocked debit card without your permission. If you lose or forget this code, contact your bank immediately to request a new one.

Requirements to block SBI ATM card

  • Bank Registered Mobile Number.
  • Your mobile number should be registered with SBI SMS Banking.
  • ATM Card Number.

How to block SBI ATM card by SMS?

If you wish to block SBI ATM card by SMS, then the process is as follows:

  • Dial *133# from your registered mobile number.
  • Enter the six-digit Bank Identification Number (BIN) of the bank whose ATM card you want to block.
  • Receive a message confirming that your request has been received and that your account will now be restricted from making any further transactions at SBI ATMs.
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How to block SBI ATM Card by calling customer care?

If you wish to block SBI ATM card by calling customer care, then the process is as follows:

1. Call 1800 22 22 22 from anywhere in India. 

2. Enter the six-digit Bank Identification Number (BIN) of the bank whose ATM card you want to block. 

3. Request to block the account.

4. Your request will be confirmed and your account will now be restricted from making any further transactions at SBIATMs.

 How to block SBI ATM Card through Internet Banking?

If you wish to block SBI ATM card through Internet Banking, then the process is as follows:

1. Log into your Internet Banking account.

2. Click on ‘Card Management’ from the main menu.

3. Click on ‘Blocking/Unblocking Cards’ from the sub-menu that appears.

4. Enter the six-digit Bank Identification Number (BIN) of the bank whose ATM card you want to block.

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5. Click on ‘Confirm’ to activate the block.

6. You will now be prompted to enter your password in order to confirm the block.

7. You will now be redirected to the SBI website where you will see a message informing you of the block.

8. You will no longer be able to make any transactions at SBIATMs using this ATM card.

How to block SBI ATM card through Mobile App?

If you wish to block SBI ATM card through Mobile App, then the process is as follows:

1. Launch the Mobile App from your device’s app store.

2. Tap on Quick Services and then tap on Blocking Cards.

3. Enter the six-digit Bank Identification Number (BIN) of the bank whose ATM card you want to block.

4. Tap on Confirm and then tap on Block Card Profile. 

5. Your request will be confirmed and your account will now be restricted from making any further transactions at SBI ATMs.

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