State Bank of India: Got a complaint against SBI staff and services? Here’s how you can save it | Rare Techy


An account with State Bank of India (SBI) is a tradition in almost every family. But opening an account with the country’s largest lender is a tedious task. Customers have taken to social media to complain about the bad experience they’ve had while opening an account or doing something else. On Twitter, a user named @RajSing68391981 narrated his experience during a visit to the branch.

“Bad experience always while visiting branch for open a/c or other works they always show second level attitude or pass one staff job to another.. really annoying services,” @RajSing68391981 tweeted.

In response to the user, SBI tweeted, “we apologize for the inconvenience caused to you.” And advised Raj to file a complaint.

SBI: How to file a complaint

  • Please register a complaint at
  • Register your complaint
  • Make a Complaint or Request
  • Under Personal / Individual Customer Section
  • Under General Banking for the Branch Related Category.
  • You can also file your complaint by calling our contact center at Toll Free Numbers: 1800 1234, 1800 2100, 1800 11 2211, 1800 425 3800 or toll free number: 080-265999.

How to open SBI savings account

  • Visit your nearest SBI branch.
  • Ask the bank manager for the account opening form.
  • Make sure all fields are entered and correct. The details mentioned in the application form should match those mentioned in the KYC documents submitted.
  • The customer will now need to make an initial deposit 1000
  • As soon as the bank completes the verification process, the account holder will be given a free passport and check book.

Steps to open SBI savings account online

SBI has relaunched Insta’s ‘SBI Savings Bank Account’ opening facility for customers who want to open an online account using the Yono platform. ‘SBI Savings Bank Account’ will offer paperless and instant digital savings account opening experience. To open an SBI Insta Savings Bank Account, customers just need to download the YONO application, enter their PAN and Aadhaar details. After that, you will get a one time password (OTP). Submit OTP, and fill other relevant details. After the process is completed, the account holder will immediately activate his account and can start trading immediately. Customers will have the flexibility to renew full KYC within a year by visiting their nearest SBI branch.

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