State Bank of India (SBI) is prioviding many ways for electronic money transfer one of such service is National Electronics Fund Transfer (NEFT) works on a deferred net settlement basis, under which transactions are lined up and settled in batches throughout
a working day.
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According to SBI, the NEFT service operates in half hourly basis throughout the day. A total of twenty three settlement batches are carried between 8 AM and 7 PM on all working days.
Thus, credit can be expected between 8 AM and 6:30 PM on same day of transaction. However, transactions in 6:30 PM and 7:00 PM batches are reflected the next working day.
Minimum and maximum limit :-
Using the NEFT service, one can transfer a maximum of Rs. 10 lakh. There is no lower limit.
For facilitating NEFT transactions, users have to furnish details such as total amount to be remitted, Customer account number to be debited, and beneficiary details like account number, bank name, account number, and the IFSC code of the destination bank branch.
NEFT transaction charges :-
SBI charges different charge-rates depending on the amount and mode of payment………..Read More>>