Most individuals now prefer to get most of their work done from the safety of their homes, particularly senior citizens, avoiding any personal contact with outsiders because of the fear of the deadly coronavirus. However, private visits can often be inevitable, such as in the case of bank-related work to change passbooks or send TDS certificates or to make cheque payments, etc.
Banks, however, have now stepped up their game and begun providing doorstep services for most work related to banks.
State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB), Union Bank of India (UBI), Bank of Baroda (BOB), Bank of India (BOI), Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank (IOB), UCO Bank, Bank of Maharashtra and Punjab & Sindh Bank customers can avail the PSB Alliance Doorstep Banking Services.
The Following Are The Available Services:
A) Pick up client services and send them to the branch
- Cheques/Clearing / Collecting Instruments
- New Cheque Book Requisition
- Requesting Standing Orders
- Challan with Cheque -IT/Govt / GST
- Online Certificate of Life (through Jeevan Pramaan App)
B) Distribution Services to the customer from the bank branch
- Advice on Term Deposit
- Statement of Account
- TDS & Form 16 Issuance of a certificate
- Gift Card / Pre-paid Instrument
- Plan of production, pay orders
It is appropriate to deposit or withdraw a minimum of Rs 1,000, while the maximum cap for cash pick-up and delivery services is currently Rs 10,000. These financial services can be used with the use of AePS (Aadhar enabled Payment System) or Debit Card.
To use the DBS, a customer must register himself/herself via mobile or laptop/desktop computer in the Doorstep Banking App. Registration is carried out via mobile OTP.
Here are the following things to do after registration to put DBS requests: