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Citibank is a reputed and popular bank in India catering to national and international customers. The Citibank net banking services of the bank are available free of charge for customers, and they can access them any day and at any time. The details of the net banking facility of Citibank are given below.
About CitiBank Netbanking
Citibank net banking provides the ease of anywhere and anytime banking to the account holder. There are several banking services and transactions that can be carried out using the net banking services of the bank. Some of such features and benefits of Citibank net banking are mentioned below.
Monitoring the account
The various services offered through net banking under this category are,
Managing the account
The services available under this category are,
Operating your account
The various services provided under this category are,
The net banking services of Citibank as mentioned above are available to only registered users of the bank. The registration process for net banking can be done through either online or offline mode. The details of these modes are mentioned below.
Offline mode : The offline mode of the registration for Citibank net banking is by visiting the nearest branch of the bank. Account-holders can collect the internet banking from the branch office and submit it after duly filling and signing the same. They can also take the help of the branch executives to fill the form if they face any difficulty for the same or have any issues or doubts in this regard. After submitting the form, the details provided will be verified and the account holder will be given the sanction of internet banking services if all the details are found to be correct. The user id and password will be sent to the account holder at their address through registered post. After receiving these credentials, the users can log in to their net banking account and avail the various facilities offered by the bank without any hassles.
Online mode : The online mode of registering for net banking services requires the account holders to visit the website of the bank to register for the net banking services. The process for online registration of net banking services of the bank is very simple and can be done easily from anywhere and at any time as per the convenience of the account holder. The detailed steps for the same are mentioned below.
This will again redirect the users to a new page where they will have to fill out the following details,
Firstly, the Citibank customer should register for netbanking. Using the bank details, he or she can create a user ID and password. Follow these steps to create a user ID and password:
1.Go to the Citibank official website to change your internet PIN or IPIN.
2. Post this, log on to Citibank online and follow the steps mentioned below:
4. Then, in the left navigation panel, select 'PIN related' in the left navigation panel.
5. Post this, choose the 'Internet PIN' option and follow the instructions given online.
The steps to log in to Citibank’s net banking facility are as below:
Once the login procedure has been completed, Citibank customers will be able to access various details. To access the Citibank net banking portal, you will require the User ID and IPIN that was generated at the time of Citibank net banking registration and account activation to log in. Verifying the balance on the netbanking portal is simple. Citibank customers can see the detailed statement on the netbanking portal and also generate the E-statement as per the customer’s needs. Then the e-statement is sent to the registered e-mail id.
Funds can be transmitted on the Citibank netbanking portal through IMPS, NEFT, and RTGS.
The daily transaction limit for IMPS is up to Rs. 2 Lakhs
Given below are the steps to transfer funds through IMPS:
NEFT: You can transfer funds from one bank’s branch to another bank’s branch under this scheme. However, when compared to IMPS, NEFT transactions take a longer time.
RTGS: Another payment mode that occurs in real-time and on a gross basis is RTGS. It is used primarily for higher value transfers that need immediate clearance.
Given below are the steps to transfer funds through NEFT/RTGS:
Under RTGS, the transaction limit for CPC and Citigold customers is upto Rs. 50 Lakhs and upto Rs. 15 Lakhs for CitiBank customers.
The service charge for all the three modes of transactions is free.
1. When you enter the wrong password repeatedly, then there is a higher chance that your account will be blocked for safety reasons. In this scenario, you may have to reset your login password to get back the access to the bank’s online services.
2. The CitiBank net banking system may ask you to change your net banking password regularly to prevent any possible threat from cyber attacks.
3. In addition, if you have recently accessed your CitiBank netbanking through a public Wi-Fi network, then it is always advisable to change your login password.
4. Now, alter or reset your CitiBank password as and when required according to your convenience.
1. What is the maximum amount that can be transferred through NEFT in Citibank netbanking?
The maximum amount that can be transmitted through NEFT in Citibank net banking is 1,00,000 per account per day (Subset of IMPS limit of INR 5,00,000).
2. How can I retrieve my Citibank netbanking user ID?
If you've forgotten your user ID, you can easily recover this from Citi Online. You will need the following:
Click to retrieve the Citibank netbanking user ID.
3. What is the Citibank Netbanking IPIN?
The Citibank netbanking IPIN is your password. You can change this anytime.
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