Originally founded as Travancore Federal Bank in April 1931, today the Federal Bank Limited is one of the biggest private sector scheduled commercial banks in India. With over 1261 branches spread in India as well as overseas, the Federal Bank is notable for its customer base of over 10 million satisfied users. It brings a host of advanced features and processes for their convenience, including fast and efficient net banking services.
Federal Bank Net Banking Register
To register for Federal Bank Net Banking services, the user can choose between 2 options:-
1-Offline Registration – The user can visit the home branch where they have the account and submit a FedNet Application for activating net banking. The bank will send login details and the user shall use the same.
2-Online Registration- The user must ensure that they update their mobile number as well as email id in the bank database. Before starting the registration process, they need to keep their Debit/ATM card, card PIN, and mobile phone handy. Thereafter, the user needs to undertake these steps:-
a-Go to https://www.federalbank.co.in/home and click on ‘Net Banking’. On the next page, click on ‘Personal Banking’ and then on ‘Continue to Login’.
b- Then comes the option of ‘Need an account? Sign Up’.
c- Now the account holder needs to input the 14-digit customer account number, and then the verification number displayed therein.
d- Thereafter the user will receive an OTP on their registered mobile number. Successful input of the same will take the user to the next 2 pages where they can choose their User ID as well as login password as per instructions.
e-After the confirmation of User ID and login password, the user can log in to their net banking account and click on the type of facility they desire. If they wish to keep the ‘View only’ facility, they do not need any transaction password but if they wish to have a ‘View and transact’ account then they need to generate a transaction password using their debit card details and OTP on the mobile phone.
Federal Bank Net Banking Activate User ID
In case the user goes for offline mode of registration, they will receive a PIN mailer from the bank that they will use to activate their account. They can activate their transaction password in two ways-
1-Offline Acknowledgment Mode by sending acknowledgment receipt back to the bank where they will confirm the user account by matching the official signature.
2- Soft Activation mode where the user will receive a Soft Token via email before receiving the PIN mailer. After logging in to FedNet using the User ID, Login password, and transaction password from the PIN mailer, the user should go to the Customer Service section, choose New Service Request, and click on Enable Transaction Request. Thereafter input the Soft Token Number and essential details such as ATM Card Number, PAN number, etc. for verification. Voila, the transaction facility gets activation within 24 hours.
In case the user opts for the online mode of Federal Bank Net Banking registration, the activation of the User ID, as well as passwords, happens instantaneously.
Federal Bank Net Banking Login
Go to https://www.federalbank.co.in/home, click on ‘net banking’, choose ‘personal banking’, click on ‘continue to login’, input the correct ‘User ID’, and password to log in.
Federal Bank Net Banking Reset IPin
In case the user needs to reset IPIN of the Federal Bank Net Banking account, simply go to the login page and click on ‘Forgot Password’. The next page will ask for details such as User ID, Debit Card Number, ATM PIN, Debit Card Expiry Date. On correctly supplying this information, the user can reset the login or transaction password or both.
Federal Bank Net Banking Unblock User ID
The user can click on ‘Unlock User ID’ on the login page of Federal Bank Net Banking portal. They will need to input their User ID, their registered mobile number, and they will receive an OTP on their mobile. Correctly inputting this OTP will help them to unblock their User ID.
Additionally, the user can send an email to [email protected] from the same email ID that the bank has in the database.