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  1. dannyboy on Mar 08, 2011 reply

    It is very simple. Just request them in writing and surrender the unused cheque leaves. They will transfer the account in 3/4 days. You can collect your new cheque book at the new SBI branch.

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  2. shankar on Mar 08, 2011 reply

    You cannot transfer the account. But you can open a new account in the new branch and ask to transfer the amount to the new branch and then close the old branch account

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  3. Gopal on Mar 08, 2011 reply

    It is simple. Approach the Branch and submit the application for the purpose in writing. Under CBS it takes hardly a few minutes as only the Code number of the Branch is to be fed by the Branch staff and the account stands transferred to the Branch of your choice.

    However, the present account under CBS can be operated upon from any where in the country and there is no need to get the account transferred.

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