Indian bank is a bank that operates in financial services and is owned managed and run by the government. Serving more than 100 million customers and having more than 6000 branches covering all states, Indian bank is the largest serving bank in India. Indian bank is popular for its SMEs and retail businesses and also indulges in primarily financial services. We all are aware of its duties and work and how they handle their work, listed below are some functions performed by Indian bank.

  • Lending facility
  • Locker facility
  • Deals in foreign exchange
  • Accepting deposit
  • Executor business

ONLINE BANKING 

Online banking is known for its fast functioning and it enables the conduct of various financial transactions. Online banking supports personal and corporate banking services. Internet banking or online banking has become the core of the banking system and improved a lot as compare to the performance and functioning of banks.

The banking sector has gone through several changes from the last several years and such change has been done to reduce the hassles of traditional banking. Online banking also comes with its important functions which are crucial for customers and among several functions Customer information file number is also included.

Here in this guide, we will help you to know all about CIF and how you can check your CIF number Indian Bank.

UNDERSTANDING ALL ABOUT CIF (CUSTOMER INFORMATION FILE) NUMBER

CIF number is an 11 digit number allocated to every account holder having an account in any bank. This number is given to differentiate one customer from another and contain all information that need not to shared with another person except bank staff only if asked, bank doesn’t call their customer unless and until the query is being raised from the customer side. Thus in CIF number Indian bank assign to each customer as their identity and all clients are connected to one CIF.

We are going to list some of the technique or approaches you can use to check you CIF number of Indian bank.

Also read: How to Find CIF Number in Central Bank of India

 VARIOUS TECHNIQUES TO VIEW CIF NUMBER 

Indian banks provide their customer’s various ways to view your CIF number by applying or working on any method you will come to know about your number as it is not possible for everyone that they can avail various benefits of CIF number either online or offline.

 So go through the techniques we are sharing with you.

TECHNIQUE 1st – NET BANKING

  • First of all turn on your data and choose your browser.
  • Then head to google and write Indian bank in the search column and tap on search.
  • Post click on the first result displayed on your screen, or you can click on the portal given in the next step.
  • Portal- http://www.indianbank.net.in/
  • After visiting the Indian bank website three options will be displayed one of CIF, another is account number and the last one is registered mobile number.
  • But you are here to check your CIF number of Indian bank then select any last two options and fill it.
  • After filling necessary asked details you will see your CIF number beside the account holder number.

TECHNIQUE 2nd – VISITING BRANCH

In this case, what you need to do is just have your vehicle and head to your branch and ask your CIF number to staff members indulge in those activities. But make sure you should have your necessary document before heading to the bank.

Document needed – Passbook, chequebook if issued, and any id proof to confirm your identity.

TECHNIQUE 3rd– PASSBOOK

This is the basic and simple method you can use to check your CIF number of Indian bank, what you have to do is take your passbook and open the very first page just beside your account number or name you will notice CIF, that’s the CIF number Indian bank.

TECHNIQUE 4th – CONTACTING BRANCH

If you don’t have a stable net connection or it’s been exhausted or you don’t get the above mention methods, then this technique is for you my friend. Pick up your phone and dial the given number.

INDIAN BANK TOLL-FREE NUMBER – 1800-425-00000

A staff member will ask some details you need to give that as they are conforming to your identity whether the account belongs to this person or not. After that, they will tell you your CIF number.

Above mention are some techniques you can use to check your number.

CAN WE SHARE OR TELL OUR CIF NUMBER TO THE THIRD PERSON RATHER THAN BANK?

The answer is simply no; you cannot share your CIF number with a third person. You can only share your confidential number with the bank only if asked by staff and only when you have some problem or any query has been raised by your side. Despite that bank will never ever ask for your CIF number and you don’t need to share your account details with any person keep it secret.

In fact, we will recommend you to not to share any details related to the bank such as your account number, debit card number, pan card number, registered mobile number, or any other details

IS THERE ANY OTHER WAY TO VIEW CIF NUMBER?

Yes, there is one another way you can use to check your consumer information file number which is through e-statement. Follow these steps to get brief about it.

  • Open up your browser and head to the portal mentioned above.
  • Log in your details on the page of Indian bank.
  • Tap on “my account and profile”.
  • Post tapping head to “account statement”.
  • Fill in the requirement and select “account number”.
  • Choose the “month” for which you want to see the statement.
  • Then tap on “view” and click on “go”.

WRAPPING UP

In this write up we have tried our best to share several methods to view your CIF number. Hope that you are clear with the given information mentioned in this write-up.

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