Passbook is the physical ledger where we store our account transaction information and keep track of credit/debit. Indian Bank has revolutionized this very analogue system and brought it to the 21st century. In this article, you will learn about how you can utilize the Indian bank mPassbook system? And everything you need to know about it.
What is Indian bank mPassbook?
Indian Bank provides all their customers with mPassbook, a digital passbook that isn’t printed. It is an easy and convenient way to keep tabs on your account without harming the environment.
How to Access Indian Bank mPassbook?
- Step 1: If you haven’t registered or downloaded the Indian Bank app, do it right now.
- Step 2: log in to your Indian Bank mobile application IndOASIS.
- Step 3: Go to your dashboard and click on m-passbook.
- Step 4: Choose your IB account number and click on the view passbook.
- Step 5: You will now get a digital view of the chequebook with the amount credited and debited.
You can view the account information of all types, including saving and current, through the mPassbook.
Indian Bank Passbook Statement
In Indian Bank, there are two types of statements that one can get for their bank account-
- Physical statements: It works like any bank passbook where you put your pages and the machine prints the statement. There’s a barcode in the passbook; the unique identifier used to print on the pages.
- Mini statements: A customer can ask for a mini statement that shows the recent activity. You can get one in an ATM, mobile app, phone call and SMS etc. it is the most widely available service, and one doesn’t even need the internet.
How to Issue new Passbook in Indian Bank?
If you’ve lost a passbook or it has been stolen, here’s a step by step guideline for you to follow-
- Step 1: Write a letter to the manager explaining your predicament and why you need a new passbook.
- Step 2: Collect the identity and address proof required to get a new passbook.
- Step 3: Please submit it to your home branch for processing.
- Step 4: Check whether your new passbook has the correct information.
- Step 5: A photo must be attached to the passbook, and it must be stamped, cross-signed by the home branch.
- Step 6: Check for the barcode, and it has no problems with it.
Indian Bank has a wide range of features and ways to stay up to date with their bank details. The mPassbook is particularly a game changer for customers and saves them a lot of effort.