What is CIF number and how do know it? And why knowing the CIF number is important for you. Let’s find out.
Before describing in detail let me tell you that if you have two accounts in any PSU bank with different addresses (one permanent and the other with the present) then they will be merged as a customer can have only one CIF. The details of the account opened later will be your default details now. So its important for you to know what is CIF number is.
Customer Information File is abbreviated from CIF (Customer Information File Number). This is a one-of-a-kind number assigned to each bank account holder. This number, according to banking experts, contains the complete horoscope of the bank account holder. Complete customer information is available by entering this number. It is not difficult to obtain a CIF number if you do not already have one. This work can be completed both online and in person.
Let us know how and where we can obtain CIF (CIF- Customer Information File Number)
What is CIF number?
CIF (Customer Information File Number) SBI issues a separate CIF number for each account, according to information released by SBI. It has 11 digits. SBI is CIF-registered. In ICICI Bank, Bank of Baroda, HDFC Bank, and other banks, it is also referred to as Customer ID.
You can also get it via net banking or the YONO app. Passbook can be used in offline methods. The CIF number can be obtained by calling or visiting the bank branch.
You can obtain the CIF number at any time by dialling toll-free numbers (1800112211, 18004253800, or 080-26599990). To verify your identity, you will be required to share your account information.
Why Do Customers Need to Know Their CIF Numbers?
Currently, a CIF number is frequently required for Internet Banking and a variety of other tasks. Giving the bank account number, on the other hand, usually gets the job done.
How to Obtain a CIF Number
- According to SBI’s information, the net banking user must first log in to the official website.
- Click on ‘Nominee and PAN details’ in the offer account summary.
- The CIF number can also be found in the Nominee and PAN details.
- After logging in to NetBanking, go to My Account & Profile, then Select Your Segment, where you will find your CIF number.
The YONO app can also provide you with a CIF number.
Navigate to Services after logging into the YONO app. Then select Online Nomination. In the new screen, under Account Type, select Transaction Account. Then, after selecting your account number, you will see your CIF number.
Your passbook also includes your CIF number. The CIF number is displayed on the account detail page. Aside from that, you can obtain the CIF number by visiting a bank branch and providing account information.