Allahabad Bank is one of the public sector bank of India. This Bank is owned by the Government of India. The headquarter of this bank is situated in Kolkata, West bengal, India. Presently, the bank has 3245 branches situated in all India. In terms of banking products it provides a leading service by providing loans of all kinds at affordable rate of interest. Other facility includes issuing of ATM card to its customer, giving internet banking to make transaction online, accepting deposit and transferring funds under NEFT and RTGS. In this article we will learn about the deposit slip of Allahabad bank.
What is withdrawal slip: Withdrawal slip is used by a customer to withdraw money from a concerned bank account. Customers who don’t have access to ATM card or a cheque book can use this slip to withdraw money from their account. One need to visit a bank fill up a withdrawal form and submit at the cash counter along with pass book to withdraw money form his account.
How to fill the entries in the withdrawal slip of Allahabad bank
Full narration of all the entries of the withdrawal slip of Allahabad Bank
Date: Write the date when you are making this transaction
Branch: Write the name of the branch from where you are making the withdrawal
Pay to self/us the sum of Rupees: Write the amount in figure that you wish to withdraw from your account.
Rs: Write the amount in figure that you wish to withdraw from your account.
to the debit of my /our A/C No: Write the bank account number form which you wish to withdraw money
Name of the A/c holder: Just write you account name , the name by which you are operating your account. ( as shown in the image)
Signature of A/c holder: Just in this place do your signature and the signature should be the one that you gave to bank at the time of account opening.
Leave these entries Blank
On the back of this withdrawal slip just put your signature and the signature should be the one that you gave to bank at the time of account opening.
Thus, you have successfully completed all the entries in the withdrawal slip.
Note** Please Accompany This Withdrawal Slip With Your Account Associated Pass Book else your amount would not be processed by bank.
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