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Bank of Baroda UPI Facility: Big Update! You can Now Withdraw Cash Using UPI

Bank of Baroda UPI Facility: Great news for all Bank of Baroda account holders! If you have an account with this government bank, you’ll be thrilled to hear the latest announcement.

Bank of Baroda has introduced a wonderful feature called Cardless Cash Withdrawal (ICCW) to make banking more convenient for its customers. With this new facility, you can now withdraw cash from the bank’s ATM using UPI, without needing a physical card. Isn’t that fantastic?

Bank of Baroda Introduces Cardless Cash Withdrawal Facility through UPI

Bank of Baroda (BoB) has recently made an exciting announcement. According to their statement, they are the first public sector bank in India to offer cash withdrawal from ATMs through UPI (Unified Payments Interface). This means that customers of BoB as well as customers of other participating banks who use BHIM UPI or other UPI applications will be able to withdraw cash from BoB ATMs.

No Debit Card Required for Cash Withdrawal

The best part is that customers will no longer need to use their debit cards to withdraw cash from Bank of Baroda’s ATMs. To avail this service, customers simply need to select the “UPI Cash Withdrawal” option at the Bank of Baroda ATM. After entering the desired withdrawal amount, a QR code will be displayed on the ATM screen.

Easy Steps for Cash Withdrawal

To proceed with the transaction, customers must scan the displayed QR code using an authorized UPI app for ICCW (Cardless Cash Withdrawal) and authorize the transaction. This innovative feature allows customers to enjoy the freedom of withdrawing cash without the need for a physical card.

Withdraw up to Rs. 5,000

At Bank of Baroda ATMs, customers can make two transactions per day using the Cardless Cash Withdrawal facility. Each transaction allows a maximum withdrawal of Rs. 5,000 at a time.


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