You can chat with friends and relatives on WhatsApp in an instant. Now, you can even use WhatsApp to reach out to your bank for any queries. These basic queries are addressed real-time. Kotak Mahindra Bank, Saraswat Bank, HDFC Bank, AU Small Finance Bank and some others, offer WhatsApp banking services. You and other bank customers receive updates and avail services through WhatsApp banking services.
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You can get started by typing your query like show me my credit card reward points or choose the option for the desired service.
After signing up for WhatsApp banking services, you get alert messages/notifications from your bank through WhatsApp instead of SMS. Chat with your bank and get card details, fixed deposits, and forward requests for mini statements, pre-approved loans and so on.
To get outstanding credit card balance or credit card reward points, you simply type the phrase ‘credit card outstanding’ or ‘credit card reward points’ followed by the last 4 digits of your credit card.
Let’s say you have an FD and want to know details of your investment. You simply send a message, “Show my FD summary”. The message you get shows FD details with the bank like principal, interest rate, maturity date and so on. However, you can’t carry out funds transfer and bill payments using WhatsApp.
WhatsApp banking services are free. Banks offer this service to resolve customer queries. (These may or may not be bank clients). This reduces the load on phone banking division.
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WhatsApp banking has end-to-end encryption and all your messages are safe. Account information is never shared with anyone. There are no transactional facilities offered through WhatsApp banking services, so there’s no need of a PIN or password.
If you lose the mobile, immediately deactivate the WhatsApp account by sending an email which has the phrase, “Lost/Stolen”. Please deactivate my account.” This should be present in the body or subject of the email sent to [email protected]. Do include the phone number in the body. If the registered mobile number is 9876543219, enter the mobile number as +919876543219 in the email. The WhatsApp account is immediately deactivated and no one can misuse WhatsApp banking services.
If your mobile is lost, you could become a victim to identity theft. You must notify the bank immediately on detecting any suspicious activity in your account.
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