State Bank of India SBI Remit Card: An ultimate guide

What is the Sbi remit card?

The State Bank of India’s Green Remit Card, which was introduced as part of the bank’s push toward paperless banking, is a simple Magstripe-based card with no PIN.

The product is designed to make it easier for non-home cash depositors to use a Green Channel Counter (GCC) or a Cash Deposit Machine (CDM). The Green Remit Card lets you deposit funds into the SBI account of a chosen beneficiary. All Green Channel Counter Branches and Cash Deposit Machines accept it.

The remitter will receive a pre-printed SBI Green Remit Card immediately from the branch.

What is the eligibility?

  • Customers (remitters), especially non-account holders, who desire to send money to an SBI bank account on a regular basis are eligible.
  • Customers can submit a simple Application Form along with one ID proof document to any GCC or CDM branch.
  • The card would be linked to a specific beneficiary account (Has to be an SBI account).

How to apply for a Green Remit Card?

  • Customers can fill out an application form and bring it to a GCC or CDM branch, along with a valid government ID.
  • The card will be linked to the SBI account of a certain beneficiary.
  • According to the SBI website, the fee for issuing the card is Rs 20.
  • At an SBI branch, the card will be printed and issued to the applicant right away.

Usage of SBI Remit card?

  • Even non-account holders who want to send money to a beneficiary SBI bank account on a regular basis can utilize this card.
  • Only cash can be used to make a deposit.
  • The transaction amount and card number will be updated in the beneficiary’s SBI account.

How to use / Procedure to use a Green Remit card?

  1. Visit a CDM or a GCC branch.
  2. At the machine, swipe the Green remit card.
  3. You should be able to see the account information shown on the machine’s screen.
  4. An acknowledgment is generated after the cash has been collected and authenticated.

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