Today we will share with you – 4 methods to find your SBI Account CIF number.
Let me tell you a little bit about the CIF number first.
What is SBI CIF Number?
CIF stands for Customer Information File
This number is very important for banks to track customers account details. In short, all your banking related information is stored in CIF number, which banks use for their work.
If you have to transfer your account somewhere else then you need CIF. There are many things where you are asked about CIF.
Many SBI users still unable to find his/her CIF number, so today I will tell you 4 methods how you can see your Customer Information file number.
Check SBI CIF Number Online? – 4 Methods
For some reason, if you unable to find your SBI Account CIF number then follow these four methods and know where it is:
1. Through Internet Banking
You can check your account cif number through net banking. Read: How to activate net banking online without visiting the branch
1- Login to SBI Internet Banking. Visit: https://www.onlinesbi.com
2- After logging in, you can see the Account Summary page, click on “View Nomination and PAN details” (see below screenshot)
3- And on the next screen, you can see your CIF number.
2. View in E-statement
If you don’t have net banking facility and your email address is registered with your account then you can request for e-statement using SMS. In this e-statement, you can see your CIF number also.
You just need to send an SMS from your registered mobile number to receive e-statement. Please, read this step by step guide for more details.
After receiving e-Statement just open PDF file where you can view your CIF number as you can see below screenshot.
3. View on SBI Anywhere
You can also check your CIF number in the State Bank Anywhere Application. Read: How to activate SBI Anywhere
1- First, log in to SBI Anywhere personal application.
2- Open Services tab after login.
2- Tap Online Nomination in Services
3- In the next screen, select the transaction account in the account type and then select your account number. Now you can view your CIF number as you can see below screenshot.
4. View in your passbook
CIF number is printed in your passbook too. On the first page of the passbook, you can see all the details of your account.
So, friends, in this way you can check the CIF number of your SBI account online / offline. If you know any other method, let me know.
Update: Now SBI customers can use ATM Debit card to find their account CIF number very easily, for more details visit this guide: How to Find SBI CIF number using ATM Debit Card