Important rules changed in the bank from today
If you also have an account with Bank of Baroda, then there is big news for you. The IFSC Code of Vijaya Bank or Dena Bank will be changed from 1 March 2021. That is, your old codes will not work from today.
Bank of Baroda, the country’s third largest government bank, has given information about this by tweeting. The bank has written in the tweet that dear customers, please note that e-Vijaya and e-Dena IFSC codes are going to be closed from 1 March 2021. Get new IFSC codes from e-Vijaya and Dena Bank branches. Just follow the steps and experience the convenience.
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If you have any problem related to the IFSC code, then you can call this toll free number 1800 258 1700 or you can also visit the bank branch.
Find out by messaging
Apart from this, you can also message. In the message you have to write “MIGR
What will be the effect on customers?
Changes in the IFSC code will affect the account holders. For online transactions, you have to add the bank’s IFSC i.e. Indian Financial System Code along with the bank account number. So you quickly know your new IFSC code, otherwise you will not be able to transfer money from 1 February.
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What is an IFSC Code?
The IFSC code is 11 digits long. The initial four letters in the IFSC code indicate the name of the bank. The IFSC code is used during electronic payment. Any branch of the bank can be tracked through that code. You can find it through bank account and check book.