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Your SBI Debit card ending with XX0000 is deactivated only for Internet txn.

Friday, August 12, 2016

 SBI account holders may have received an SMS with following message, supposed to be from State Bank of India (SBI).

Your SBI Debit card ending with XX0000  is deactivated only for Internet txn. To activate send SMS "SWON ECOM 0000" to 09223966666. No change for ATM/POS usage

** Replace the four Zeros with last 4 digits of your debit card number

Recently many of the SBI account holder has losed their money due to a hi-tech ATM robbery which happened in Thiruvananthapuram, capital city of Kerala.
Suspects who were foreign nationals installed skimming device , cameras and wireless magnetic data receivers in various ATMs and captured card numbers and pin numbers, after that they made duplicate cards and withdrew money from multiple account holders. Police suspects that more debit card details have been exposed and there are chances of more rob attempts.

According to reports coming from various new channels, more than 400 card details are exposed. So All SBI ATM / Debit card holders are requested to check their account and change their ATM card pin number immediately.
You can change your SBI ATM card Pin by following the steps given here.

So the above SMS states that SBI has blocked  the usage of STM card cum debit card at ATMs, but it can be used for online transactions. To active Card from ATM operation SMS  "SWON ECOM LAST_FOUR_DIGITS_OF_ATM_CARD_NUMBER" to 09223966666

How to block your SBI ATM Card ( SBI ATM Card blocking )

You can now Block your SBI ATM cum Debit Card through OnlineSBI, in case your card is lost or stolen. Follow these simple steps to immediately block your card:

Step 1: Login to www.onlinesbi.com

Step 2: Select "ATM Card Services > Block ATM Card" link under the "e-Services" tab.

Step 3: Select the Account Number to which the ATM cum Debit Card is associated with.

Step 4: All the Active and blocked cards will be displayed. You will be shown the first 4 and last 4 digits of the card(s).

Step 5: Select the Card, you wish to block and click "Submit". Verify the details and confirm.

Step 6: Select the mode of authentication as either SMS OTP or Profile Password.

Step 7: On the next screen, enter the OTP password /Profile password as chosen earlier and Click "Confirm".

Step 8: A success message would be displayed with a Ticket No. after successful blocking of your ATM cum Debit Card. Note this Ticket No. for future reference.

SBI Customer care Toll free numbers 

For more details you may call at State Bank of India's ( SBI ) customer care numbers:
  • Toll free number: 1800 11 2211

  • Toll free number: 1800 425 3800

  • Toll number: 080-26599990

SBI ATM related service available Online:

  • e-Services > ATM Card Services > Block ATM Card
  • e-Services > ATM Card Services > ATM Card Limit/Channel/Usage Change 
  • e-Services > ATM Card Services > ATM Pin Generation 
  • e-Services > ATM Card Services > New ATM Card Activation 
  • e-Services > ATM Card Services > Request ATM/Debit Card

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