SBI Online Banking Login Process
State bank of India is the largest and most used bank in India. It is one of the banks which each of the Indian know and most of us would be having an account. State bank of India has provided lot of features for his customers but there process is bit confusing and sometimes you may feel the pain. Recently SBI has launched its online features which are now the need of the hour.
We are writing this article to let our users know how to login to the online banking of SBI and what is the process to get online banking enabled.
If you are opening a new savings account then in the branch at the time of opening the account you will be asked about online banking and you will get the user ID and password through post to the address you have provided.
If you have existing savings State Bank account then you need to go the branch where account was opened. You will need to fill the online banking registration form and the user ID and password through post.
Steps to login to onlinesbi once you receive the user ID and password
Go to the link where you see personal banking option and a login button next to it as shown below and marked with black oval.
After you click on login you will see the below screen which gives security related details that everyone should read and follow. At the bottom of the page you will find continue to login button as shown below
Click on the continue to login button and finally you will find the screen where you need to enter your login details.
Please note that it is advisable to use virtual keyboard to login details as in today’s world hacking has been a common problem and there are accounts who lost their money due to these. After logging in you can view your account balance and can do funds transfer. You do everything that you wish do from your account. If you have lost the password then you can read our article on how to reset the password online. You can also open a fixed deposit online and the process is present in our article process to make Fixed deposit online
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