SBI, PNB, Canara Bank, Bank of Baroda Customer Care Numbers – During Covid pandemic and lockdown-like restrictions, banks are taking extra care in providing facilities to their customers. Banks’ employees deserve all the accolades for running the service in a sprawling country like India. State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB), Canara Bank, and Bank of Baroda have been providing customer care numbers and online services so that bank customers do not need to step out from the safety of homes for any banking-related service.

For SBI customer care assistance

SBI customer can dial on 1800 112 211, 1800 425 3800, to check their balance, last transactions, generate ATM pin, block their old ATM card and issuance of new ATM card.

For PNB customer care assistance

PNB customer can avail pick and drop services for cheque book, pay orders, draft, life certificate, TDS/Form 16 Certificate, 15G/H forms, and account statement through PNB cash-at-doorstep service. Customers can call 1-800-180-2222 and 1-800-103-2222 for any kinds of queries.

For Bank of Baroda customer care assistance

Similar to PNB, Bank of Baroda customers can also avail cash-at-doorstep service, where they can go for Debitv card and ATM related queries. The toll free numbers are 1800 1213721, and 1800 1037188, or 18002584455, and 18001024455.

For Canara bank customer care assistance

Canara bank customers can call on 1800 425 0018, 1800 208 3333, 1800 103 0018, and 1800 3011 3333 for any queries. “Dreading thinking of the day you’ll have to wait in lines again? Skip the queue and go digital with Canara Bank’s #DigitalBanking solutions: #BHIM QR, #InternetBanking, Credit/Debit Card for online transactions, and our mobile app, CANDI,” Canara Bank tweeted.

Mean-while,  The state-run Punjab National Bank (PNB) has also reduced the one-year marginal cost of funds-based lending rate (MCLR) by 0.05 percent to 7.30 percent, providing a big relief to its customers. The bank has cut down the six-month and three-month tenor MCLRs by 0.10 percent each to 7 percent and 6.80 percent, respectively. The new MCLR has come into effect from today (June 1, 2021). PNB has not changed overnight, one-month and three-year MCLRs.