Are you wondering how to change ATM card pin associated with your SBI account? Here is the detailed guide to do it.
State Bank of India (SBI) is undoubtedly the most trusted public bank service provider in India. SBI also offers convenient and safe ATM service to its users. As of today, there are millions and millions of Indians who use SBI debit card to withdraw money on a regular basis. But there can be situations that call for you to change your ATM (debit card) pin number. If you haven’t used your debit card in a long time, there are chances of you forgetting your pin number or when you feel like your ATM card pin number is not safe enough and anyone can hack it, so, therefore, you should know how to change your SBI ATM card.
Usually, customers fill a form and submit it to the nearest SBI branch but it can take a lot of time for the new ATM pin request to get processed and even after processing, it will take some time to get delivered to you by post. Thanks to SBI online services, now you can quickly change your ATM pin number online without any hassle.
Steps to Change SBI ATM Pin Number : Online SBI Eservices ATM Card Services
Follow the simple instructions below to change your SBI ATM pin number online
Note: Before you get started with the steps, make sure you have you these three details ready with you
(a) Your online SBI login user ID and password
(b) Online password for your SBI profile
(c) SBI registered mobile number
Step 1 – Go to www.onlinesbi.com from any browser on your device
Step 2 – Login to your SBI account by entering your username and password
Step 3 – You’ll see ‘e-services’ on top menu, just click it
Step 4 – Then click on ‘ATM card services’ on the left menu
By entering the ATM card services section, you can easily block your ATM card (if you want to), change pin number, request a new debit card and many other things related to your debit card.
Step 5 – Next, click on ‘ATM pin generation’ link
Step 6 – You’ll now have to validate your atm pin generation by choosing either of these options:
(a) Using one-time password (OTP)
(b) Using profile password
If you select OTP, then you will get sent an OTP to your mobile number registered with SBI.
Step 7 – Enter the OTP received on your number to validate pin number generation and click on ‘submit’
Step 8 – Select your SBI account number and click on ‘continue’
Step 9 – Next, you’ll have to choose the ATM card linked to your account you want to change the pin number of and click on ‘submit’
Step 10 – Enter the initial two digits of the new pin number and the other two will be sent to your mobile number through SMS
Step 11 – Soon you’ll receive the last two digits of your pin number generated by SBI. Just enter all the four digits of your new pin number and click on ‘submit’ to change the pin
If you have successfully submitted your new SBI ATM pin number, you’ll get a message on your mobile phone with your new ATM pin. That’s it; now your SBI debit card number has been reset and is ready for use. Hope you found the guide easy and useful!