The Punjab National Bank will increase the fees for banking services from January 15. Check full details here

New Delhi: The Punjab National Bank (PNB) has decided to increase the fees for various services provided by the bank from January 15, 2022. According to a notification from the PNB official website, the bank has increased the fees for non-maintenance of the bank. minimum balance in the accounts as well. In rural and semi-rural areas, charges have increased from Rs 200 per quarter to Rs 400 per quarter.Also Read – Fact Check: People Getting Messages Saying ‘Your SBI Account Has Been Blocked’ Check If These Messages Are Real Here

In urban areas as well, the quarterly fees have been increased from Rs 300 to Rs 600. Locker fees, except for large lockers, have also been increased. Also Read – SBI, HDFC and ICICI “Too Big To Fail,” RBI Says. What does D-SIB mean?

Here is the list of all the increases in charges of the Punjab National Bank:

  • The non-maintenance of the quarterly average balance (QAB) in metropolitan cities has been increased from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000.
  • The quarterly charges for not maintaining the minimum balance have been increased to Rs 400 in rural areas and Rs 600 in urban and metropolitan areas.
  • Locker fees have been increased in urban areas by Rs 500.
  • The number of locker visits has been reduced from 15 visits per year to 12 visits. Thereafter, a fee of Rs 100 per visit will be charged.
  • Current accounts that are closed after 14 days of opening will have to pay Rs 800 as a fine. Previously it was Rs 600. However, accounts closed after 12 months will not be charged.
  • Previously, the bank also announced that from February 1, 2022, the return fee on NACH debit cards would drop from Rs 100 per transaction to Rs 250 per transaction.

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