How To Get CIF Number Of SBH (State Bank Of Hyderabad) Account?

I have a bank account in State Bank of Hyderabad bank but my branch is so far from my city. How can I find my SBH CIF number online or offline?

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    So keep reading this to the end to grow your banking knowledge.

    The word SBH full form is State Bank of Hyderabad. According to Wikipedia information “State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH) was a nationalized bank in India, with headquarters at Gunfoundry, Abids, Hyderabad, Telangana.

    It was one of the five associate banks of State Bank of India (SBI) and was one of the scheduled banks in India. It was founded in 1941 as the Hyderabad State Bank.

    From 1956 until 31 March 2017, it had been an associate bank of the SBI, the largest such. The State Bank of Hyderabad was merged with SBI on 1 April 2017.”

    CIF Number stands for Customer Information File number. It is a computerized text file contains the full information of a customer. Each bank customer’s account/account comes with a unique CIF. There are so many articles I have written about CIF, that you can read here.

    What information CIF no. stores?

    In banking the term Customer information file carries the following data of a bank account holder:

    • It stores your financial activities on a daily basis.
    • It stores all of your KYC details.
    • It stores your loan history
    • It covers your ATM details
    • It carries your Demat related information.
    • It helps the bank to view your all accounts information at one place.

    How to find CIF number of SBH bank online?

    There are plenty of methods available to find CIF like you can get it on your Cheque book, Passbook, through Internet banking, Mobile banking, or by calling customer care no. etc. Here we’ve described all these ways in detail with images & screenshots.

    1: Find SBH CIF number on your bank passbook

    You can find CIF number of SBH conveniently on your bank passbook. Usually, it’s printed on your bank passbook’s first page right with an Account number. (see screenshot below).

    Note: In case, if it’s not printed on your passbook then try to find it with the next method.

    2: Find SBH CIF number by internet banking service online

    If you are a State Bank internet banking (click to know how to activate SBI net banking) user then you can download your account statement by logging into your online banking account using pc or mobile (Puffin browser recommended).

    Just follow the steps given below to know your CIF number of SBH online by net banking.

    Step 1: Firstly, go to SBH login page and sign in with your username and password provided by the bank.

    Step 2: Now click on “Nomination View” then “PAN Details”.

    Once you follow the above steps correctly, the CIF Number along with your other account’s details will display on your screen. Here is the example of my account below.

    3: Know your CIF Number of SBH by calling

    If you don’t have a passbook and net banking facility at the right time, then you can call State bank internet banking customer care to get your customer information file no. You can find SBH customer care number list here.

    It is possible, they may ask you account details, like account number, registered mobile no. with a respective account, statement details, ATM card number etc. Just provide them and they will let you know your CIF after verification.

    4: By visiting your home bank branch

    Unfortunately, if you’re unable to get your CIF number through the above-mentioned methods then probably you can personally visit your SBH home bank branch to get your CIF number or you can contact your bank’s customer support team for more help.

    I hope the above methods will help you find your SBH CIF number easily.

    Feel free to reply to this answer, if you have more queries. Thanks.

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