What are you going to learn today will help you to stop a lost Cheque payment using SBI Internet Banking. This step by step procedure is helpful for SBI customers who lost, misplaced their Cheque. In this guide you will learn –
- How to stop lost Cheque payment in SBI Online Portal
- How you can revoke the request
- View status of stopped cheque
If you are a SBI customer and lost your instrument or issued by mistake to wrong person, you must immediately request to stop the payment with branch. There may be another reasons also like – Issued with error, Lost in Post, Stolen, Cheque Reissued, Paid in cash etc.
But when you are away from home branch, it becomes tedious to stop the payment. So, SBI offer an easy way to do it through SBI Online portal.
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All that you need is an activated internet banking of saving or corporate account. You have also the option to revoke such request in case you want let the Cheque payment to go through. Read the full article for all information in details.
Step-by-Step procedure – How to Stop Cheque Payment in SBI Online Portal
Step 1 – Visit SBI internet banking website – www.onlinesbi.com
Step 2 – Login to SBI internet banking account using “User ID” and “Login Password”. See the screenshot for your reference.
Step 3 – Hover the mouse over “Request & Enquiries” and Select “Stop Cheque Payment”.
Step 4 – On the next page, select the account number for which Cheque has been released or issued.
Step 5 – Enter the “Start Cheque Number” and “End Cheque Number”, if you lost multiple Cheques. If there is only single Cheque you want to stop payment. Fill the same number in both fields. Also select the “instrument type” – Normal Cheque or Multicity Cheque.
Step 5 – Select the “stop reason” why you want to stop the Cheque payment and Submit.
- Stop Cheque Payment request through SBI Internet Banking will be available only from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM IST.
- Stop cheque payment services through Online SBI portal is an additional service available through branches and cannot be claimed as a right at any point of time. In case of non-availability of stop-cheque-payment services online, you are requested to approach the concerned home branch.
Step 6 – Verify the Cheque number and details of the request. The charges for stop payment request will also be shown below and debited from the account. Click on confirm.
A message with “Reference number”, “Account Number”, “Branch” and other details will be displayed on next screen. Note the reference number to verify the status of the request.
How to Revoke Stop Cheque Instruction using SBI Online Banking
If you want let the payment go through and cancel or revoke the stop Cheque request instructions. The process up to step 3 is same as above. Follow these steps –
Step 1 – Choose “Revoke Stop Cheque Instructions” Tab.
Step 2 – Select Account Number for which you want to cancel the stop Cheque payment instructions.
Step 3 – Enter the “Start Cheque Number” and “End Cheque Number” and Choose “Instrument Type” and Submit.
Step 4 – Verify the details of your request in next screen and confirm.
Step 5 – A confirmation messages with reference number will be displayed on next screen.
How to view status of Stopped Cheque in SBI online banking?
Cheques stopped through branch can’t be checked in online portal. Complete and updated status of all stopped Cheques may be ascertained from home branch only.
However, you can check the status of Cheques stopped online.
Step 1 – Click on “View Stop Cheque(s)” Tab under “Request & Enquiries > Stop Cheque Payment” Tab.
Step 2 – Enter the “Start Date”,“End Date” and Submit.
Step 3 – The status of all stopped Cheques in that time period will be displayed on next page.
So you just learnt now, how you can stop the lost Cheque payment online using SBI internet banking. However, you can stop cheque payment though SBI YONO application from mobile, which we will learn in our upcoming article. We hope you found this article useful. If you still have any difficulty or query regarding, put your comments in the comment section below.