Utility: Punjab National Bank has increased the withdrawal limit on ATMs, and debit cards; Know here the new limit!


Punjab National Bank, one of the largest public sector banks, is preparing to increase the cash withdrawal limit from ATMs. PNB has indicated that it will soon inform its customers about this good news. The bank said on its official website that it will soon revise the maximum number of transactions per high-end debit card.


According to the information provided on the PNB website, the daily ATM cash withdrawal limit will be increased from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1 lakh for all platinum variants of customer MasterCard, Rupay, and Visa Gold Debit cards. The PoS limit will be increased from Rs 1.25 lakh to Rs 3 lakh. As per the update from PNB, the cash withdrawal limit for Visa Signature Debit Card and RuPay Select Card will increase from Rs 50,000 to Rs 1,50,000. The daily cash withdrawal limit for POS transactions will also increase from Rs 1.25 lakh to Rs 5 lakh.

Customers are advised to avail of their higher transaction limit through internet banking, mobile banking app, PNB ATM, IVR, or by visiting the base branch, the bank said in a statement. Additionally, the bank has advised about staying safe online and cautioned against sharing your details, debit card information, or UPI PIN with anyone.

This is the range so far:

The current daily cash withdrawal limit for PNB Bank customers is Rs 25,000, the one-time cash withdrawal limit is Rs 20,000, and the daily POS transaction limit for PNB customers is Rs 60,000. However, this limit is applicable only on Rupay and Master Classic Debit cards issued by the bank. Additionally, there is a daily cash withdrawal limit of Rs 50,000. For PNB customers who have Gold Debit Card issued by Visa, the daily and one-time cash withdrawal limits are Rs.1,25,000 and Rs.20,000 respectively.


How to prevent online crime:

Cyber ​​criminals call people and pose themselves as RBI, Income Tax, bank employees, or representatives of government programs to obtain information such as UPI PIN, opening link, or OTP. Bank has advised not to disclose such information to anyone. If you suspect any such transaction, immediately change your UPI PIN and contact customer support.