Srinagar, Dec 15: Indians largest Bank, State Bank of India will not be available for certain NRI services for two days, starting today I.e. December 15. The country’s largest public sector bank took to Twitter to inform its ‘esteemed’ customers. It requested them to bear with the bank as it resumes its services for NRIs.
“We request our esteemed customers to bear with us as we work towards improving our services to provide for an uninterrupted banking experience,” the SBI said on Twitter.
It further left a message explaining the cause of the delay. The state Bank of India wrote on Twitter, “Important Notice. Due to maintenance activity, NRI services through missed call and SMS will not be available from 15/12/2020 to 17/12/2020. We regret the inconvenience caused and request you to use our alternate digital platforms.”
SBI is the country’s biggest public sector bank and the bank is trusted by millions of its customers. In order to keep its customers alert and help them avail banking benefits by the leading public sector bank, it keeps informing them through messages and posts on Twitter.
India’s largest public sector bank is quite active on Twitter and it keeps its customers informed through Twitter posts. It also alerts them about online fraud and other activities.
On Monday, State Bank of India had sounded alert over fake news and phishing, saying customers should be careful and not fall prey to false messages.
“SBI customers are requested to be alert on Social Media and not fall for any misleading and fake messages. We request our customers to be cautious of fake/ misleading messages circulating on social media purportedly on behalf of SBI,” SBI had tweeted.
Earlier, the country’s largest lender had shared a 20-second video clip asking its customers to refrain from sharing confidential details online. “Be vigilant, be safe. While interacting with us on social media, please check account verification and do not share confidential details online,” SBI had tweeted along with the video. (Zee Business)