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ATM Cash Limit: Here's How Much You Can Withdraw From Your Account

2 October, 2018 11:36 AM
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ATM Cash Limit: Here's How Much You Can Withdraw From Your Account

Banks have set certain ATM cash withdrawal limits for customers, depending on the type of account and the card owned by the user. For example, State Bank of India (SBI) recently revised the daily withdrawal limit from ATMs to Rs 20,000 on classic debit card. The daily ATM cash withdrawal limit for ICICI Bank's platinum identity chip debit card is set at Rs 1,00,000. The per day ATM cash withdrawal limit for a PNB (Punjab National Bank) rupay card is set at Rs 50,000.

State Bank of India (SBI) recently slashed the daily withdrawal limit from ATMs to Rs 20,000. This limit has been reduced on SBI's classic debit card only and will be effective from October 31. There is no change in the daily withdrawal limits on other SBI cards. For SBI's platinum card, the daily ATM cash withdrawal limit is set at Rs 1,00,000, said country's largest lender on its portal- sbi.co.in.

The daily ATM cash withdrawal limit for ICICI Bank's platinum identity chip debit card is set at Rs 1,00,000. For a visa signature debit card, the per day ATM withdrawal limit is set at Rs 1,50,000.

It is possible to withdraw up to Rs 1 lakh at the HDFC ATM daily on platinum chip debit card. This limit has been set for card security, said the lender on its official website- hdfcbank.com.

Axis Bank has set the daily ATM cash withdrawal limit at Rs 40,000 for a rupay platinum debit card. Axis Bank's visa titanium prime plus and secure plus debit cards have daily ATM withdrawal cash limit of Rs 50,000, as mentioned on lender's official website- axisbank.com.

The per day cash withdrawal limit for PNB's platinum and rupay cards are set at Rs 50,000. PNB's classic rupay and master cards' ATM cash withdrawals are limited at Rs 25,000, according to bank's official website- pnbindia.in.

Source: ndtv.com

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