About Federal Bank : Founded in April 1931 in Kerala as Travancore Federal Bank, it became Federal Bank in December 1949. With thousands of branches and ATMs all over India, today it is a major scheduled commercial bank in the private sector of the Indian financial system.
Federal Bank RTGS System and Federal Bank NEFT System
Federal Bank RTGS system provides instant and reliable transfer of funds from one account to another with the minimum transaction limit being Rs. 2 lakhs. It is available in all Federal Bank branches throughout the business hours from Monday to Friday as well as on working Saturdays of every month.
Federal Bank NEFT system also provides fast, efficient, reliable, and secure funds transfer from any branch to any other bank branch without any upper or lower transaction limits. The limit is Rs. 50000 only in case of cash remittances through the NEFT system. This facility is available throughout the day if the customer logs in through internet banking or mobile banking account and throughout the branch working hours if the applicant goes to their nearest Federal Bank branch.
Details Needed For Filling Federal Bank New RTGS/NEFT Application Form PDF
For filling the Federal Bank New RTGS/NEFT Application Form PDF Download, the applicant needs to provide these details for themselves as well as the beneficiary:-
- Beneficiary Name,
- Account Number,
- Account type,
- Bank name and Branch,
- IFSC Code
- Applicant details:-
- Bank Account Number,
- Cheque or Cash details,
- Mobile Number and email ID,
- PAN number
Where To Go For Federal Bank New RTGS/NEFT Application Form PDF Download
For Federal Bank New RTGS/NEFT Application Form PDF Download, go to https://www.federalbank.co.in/documents/10180/14528566/C192N_For%20DD%20AWB%20NEFT%20RTGS.pdf
How To Fill And Submit Federal Bank New RTGS/NEFT Application Form
Accurately fill the applicant details, beneficiary details, fund transfer details, cheque details, or cash details in Federal Bank New RTGS/NEFT Application Form.
Fill the customer counterfoil and take the signature or stamp of the cashier/clerk at the branch.
The bank will remit funds and send a success message after the process completes.