Wednesday, 10 May 2017

SBI Mingle App, How to use SBI Mingle App

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SBI Mingle App

SBI Mingle is an application launched by State Bank of India in July 2016 in order to allow its customers to access various banking services via social media platforms i.e. Facebook and Twitter. Using SBI Mingle App, the bank's customers can access a hot of banking services at their convenience on their social media sites i.e. Facebook and Twitter. For availing this service, the customers have to register through a simple one time process using either their account number or their ATM/Debit Card details. The SBI Mingle App is available on Google Play store for Android mobile users. 


Users need to access SBI Mingle from the Official SBI Facebook Page. Once the access to the page is established, users need to register and then sign in, in that order. User will need to
enter password every time to access the application as per SBI website.

A user can perform the following transactions on Facebook:

1. View Account balance
2.Ganerate Mini Statement
3. Transfer money from SBI account to another SBI account
4. Transfer money from SBI account to any other non-SBI account
5. Manage Beneficiary
6. Request for Cheque Book
7. Stop Cheque Request
8. Block ATM/Debit Card

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SBI Mingle hash-tag banking is also available on Twitter which enables you to perform banking activities through SBI's official Twitter handle using direct messages as per SBI website. To get started, you need to follow @TheOfficialSBI on Twitter and perform a one time registration process. 

A registered user can use the following available facilities on Twitter:


To get instructions for registration process

#SBIBal < Account No >

will give you the available balance for the account

#SBITxn < Account >

Will give you the last five transactions for the account

#SBITrf < Debit Account No > < Transfer Amount > < Beneficiary Account No >
Will intiate a money transfer request. In case of new beneficiary it needs to be added previously through your SBI Mingle on Facebook.

#SBINearestATM / #SBINearestBranch
Will give a referecne to SBI official site.

#SBIStopChq < Account No > < Cheque No >
Will stop your cheque payment request.

#SBICHQBook < Account No >
Will issue a chequebook of 25 leaves to your registered home address or home branch.

#SBIBlockCard < Account No > #BlkCrd < Last 4 digit of card number >
Will block the ATM Debit Card.

#SBISMSAlert < Account No >
Will register SMS Alert service.

#SetCrThold < Account No > < Threshold Amount >
Will set Credit Threshold.

#SetDrThold < Account No > < Threshold Amount >
Will set debit Threshold.

#SetTholdBal < Account No > < Threshold bal Amount >
Will set Threshold balance.

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IMPORTANT : State Bank of India never asks to reveal your OTP/user id/password/Password no etc through phone calls/SMSes/e-mails. Please do not respond to any such phone call/SMSes/e-mails. Any such calls/SMSes/e-mails asking you to reveal your login credentials or One time Password (OTP) could be an attempt to with draw money from your account. NEVER NEVER share these details to anyone. (as mentioned on SBI website)

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1 comment:

  1. Informative post. Glad to know that SBI is modernising. What really makes me apprehensive is security of information and performance of SBI server. But I have good experience with PNB so far.