State Bank of India (SBI) bank cheque is generally used by customers for safe and convenient bank payments. SBI is known for its good security system ensuring less risk and danger on online cheque payments. SBI offers different types of cheques for different customer’s needs. Sometimes due to emergency needs or works, users face stopping cheque payments. Troubleshooting with your SBI cheque payments? Want to stop SBI Cheque Payments?
First, you should not get panic at all. Because SBI offers its customers to stop cheque payments, make transactions happily, avail facilities easily, and enjoy many services faster and smoother with the online facility. Also, the State Bank of India offers its customers to specify their cheque series through phone banking services or internet banking to stop the SBI cheque payments.
Looking to stop the payment of specific SBI cheque numbers of the whole cheque? The process is so simple. Read the below post to stop SBI cheque payments easily and instantly through online banking facility.
Also, SBI users can revoke the ‘Stop Cheque Payment request’ in case if you like to continue the cheque payment. It means you can able to cancel the process of request that you made to stop the payment through cheque. There is no need to visit the SBI branch as online banking offers two options – one to stop the cheque and another one to revoke the request. Firstly to start the process, SBI users have to activate internet banking services.
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Follow these simple steps for the SBI customers to stop the issued cheque payments.
Step #1: Visit SBI’s Internet Banking portal ie., https://www.onlinesbi.com/
Step #2: Go to the ‘e-Services’ section. Select the option of “Stop Cheque Payment”.
Step #3: After redirecting to the section page, you can view a list of SBI accounts.
Step #4: Choose the account from which the cheque is released.
Step #5: Enter the ‘start cheque number’ and ‘end cheque number’ on the page.
Step #6: Customers can cancel a section of the chequebook. If you want to cancel one cheque, fill the cheque number in both the fields. If you lost the whole cheque book, write the specific cheque numbers in the provided fields.
Step #7: If you forget the cheque numbers, see cheque book history by accessing the ‘chequebook’ tool.
Step #8: Opt the cheque type i.e., is it ‘normal cheque’ or ‘multi-city cheque’.
Step #9: Specify the reason or choose from the given options to stop the cheque payment under the ‘stop reason’ section.
Step #10: Note that the ‘stop cheque payment’ online facility will be available from 8 am to 8 pm.
Step #11: If not possible to stop from this service within time, customer needs to visit their SBI branch.
Step #12: Customers need to pay charges to avail of this online service to stop cheque payment, which is visible on the screen. The amount is deducted separately from your account.
Step #13: Select the ‘Submit’ to verify your request details.
Step #14: Press the ‘Confirm’ button.
Step #15: Upon successful verification, you will be provided with the reference number along with further important details.
Smriti Jain is the owner and senior content publisher at Financesmarti. Financesmarti is a website where she shares a lot of useful stuff for the people and business of India. This includes small business ideas and other banking information, as well. Smriti completed her education in science & technology from Delhi University. Smriti usually has interests in digital marketing now, and she has chosen this career for the full-time opportunity. The primary purpose of starting this blog to provide quality information on the banking industry to the people.