SBI is one of the best public sector banks in India and now, gone are the days when you used to receive the Pin of your Debit Card through a letter. It is now possible to generate the Pin of the Debit Card through Online Procedure and that too at no additional cost.
In addition to this, it takes only a couple of seconds to reset or generate the pin. If you have lost your pin or if you are trying to generate a new Pin for your SMI ATM Debit Card then here is the process to do it.
How To Generate/Change SBI Bank ATM Debit Card Pin
It is quite easy to generate the Pin for SBI ATM Debit Card through SMS and it just takes nothing more than a message to do so. The only pre-requisite of this process is that your mobile number should be registered with the bank. Here is the process to generate SBI Pin through ATM
- The first step of the process is to send an SMS on 567676 and the content of the message should be PIN space <Last 4 Digit of Debit Card> space <Last 4 Digit of Account Number>.
- Once the SMS is sent, you will receive an OTP on the registered mobile number. Keep this OTP carefully and it should be noted that this OTP will only be valid for 24 hours.
- Now you would have to visit any SBI ATM and you can set your ATM Debit Card Pin with help of the OTP Received on your registered mobile number.
Generating SBI Pin through Online banking
As you might know that you can also generate the Pin for your SBI ATM Debit Card through Internet Banking and below is the process to do it.
- You can start by navigating to the internet banking website for the SBI here https://www.onlinesbi.com/
- Once the website is displayed, you can simply go ahead and login to the internet banking portal using your internet banking credentials.
- Now on the top menu bar, find the option for e-services and a drop-down menu will be displayed. Select ATM Card Services.
- In the next step, click on ATM Pin Generation and this will now trigger an OTP Request. Enter the OTP in the designated area of the page.
- Now select the debit card for which you want to generate the pin and you will now be given the option to select the first two digit of the Pin. Enter the first two digit of the Pin and click on submit button.
- Once you select the first two digit of the ATM Pin, the last two digit of the pin will be shared with you through SMS.
Generating SBI Pin through IVR
The third way to generate the SBI Pin is through IVR and here is how you can do it.
- You can start the process by calling the SBI Customer Service on 1800 425 3800 or 1800 112 211. You can then select the language preference to continue with.
- In the next step, enter your SBI Debit Card number when you are prompted for. After entering the SBI Debit Card Number, you will be prompted to enter SBI Account number so enter the same.
- After this, you will receive an OTP on your mobile number. This OTP would be valid for 24 hours and hence you would have to use the OTP before it expires.
- You can now visit any of the SBI ATM to reset the Pin of your ATM using the OTP that you got on your registered mobile number.
Generating SBI Pin through Online Banking Application
It is also possible to generate the ATM Pin with help of the SBI Mobile Banking Application. If you have the application installed on the phone then this is how you can get the Pin.
- Open the SBI Mobile Banking application and once the application has been loaded, click on Debit Card Services.
- List of options will be displayed and from this list, click on Manage Debit Card. You will now be able to select the ATM card for which you want to choose the pin.
- You will now get an option to choose a pin for yourself. Choose the Pin and authenticate using the password to confirm the changes.
These were the four ways to generate the ATM Pin for your SBI ATM Debit Card and if you are facing any trouble then you can contact the SBI Customer Services to seek help. Alternatively, you can also go to the branch to generate the SBI ATM Debit Card through the offline medium. Please ensure that you never share your Debit Card pin with anyone as this could lead to financial frauds.