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SBI customer ALERT! Generate debit card PIN by calling THIS toll-free number - check how to details here

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How to Generate SBI Debit Card PIN: There are several facilities offered by the State Bank of India (SBI) its customers. Time and again, the SBI reminds of these facilities to its customers for their convenience. The SBI customers must note that they can generate their Debit Card PIN just by a phone call. The Debit Card PIN generation is possible from their registered mobile number as well from an unregistered mobile number. 

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Recently, the SBI has tweeted about the generation of a Debit Card PIN or Green PIN. The tweet said, "Here are the easy steps to generate your Debit Card PIN or Green PIN via our toll-free IVR system. Don't hesitate to call 1800 112 211 or 1800 425 3800." 

 

SBI has has made it easy to generate the Debit Card PIN or the Green PIN for its customers at IVR through contact centre. In order to do so, one has to dial the toll-free number at 1800-11-22-11 or 1800-425-3800from the registered mobile number. After dialing the toll-free number, an SBI customer has to press 2 for services related to ATM/ Debit Card. Following this, one has to press 1 for PIN generation.

Then an SBI customer has to press 1 if he or she is calling from his or her registered mobile number or else, one has to press 2 in order to speak to an agent.

If one is calling from one's registered mobile number, after pressing 1, the SBI customer has to enter the last five digits of the ATM card for which he or she wishes to generate a Green PIN. Then again, one has to press 1 to confirm the last five digits. After that, one has to press 2 to re-enter the last five digits of the ATM card.

After this is done, one has to enter the last five digits of his or her account number. Then, the SBI customer has to press 1 to confirm the last five digits. Following this, one has to press 2 to re-enter the last five digits of the account number.

Now, one has to enter this or her year of birth. Upon doing this, an SBI customer will successfully generate one's Green PIN.  The Green PIN will be sent to the registered mobile number. Finally, one has to change the PIN sent on the registered mobile number within 24 hours by visiting any SBI ATM.

An SBI customer must also note that in case there are multiple CIF linked with the registered mobile number, IVR will transfer the call to contact centre agent.

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