Indian Overseas Bank, also known as IOB is a major bank based in Chennai (Madras). The bank currently has more than 2650 domestic branches, 3 extension counters and six branches overseas. The Indian Overseas Bank also has an ISO certified in-house Information Technology department, which has developed the software that 2650 branches use to provide online banking to their customers. IOB has already achieved 100% networking status as well as 100% CBS status for its branches.
IOB Internet Banking
Internet Banking is the online banking service provided by Indian Overseas Bank, which allows customers to access and manage their accounts 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, during the whole year. IOB’s online banking service is a quick and easy way to stay on top of all your finances in real time.
- Balance Enquiry
- Check the Last Few transactions
- View your Account Statement
- Transfer money to any of your bank accounts (within and outside IOB)
- Pay Direct Taxes
- Pay Indirect Taxes
- Pay College Fees for the students studying at SASTRA-Tanjore
- Pay Utility bills like Insurance, mobile etc and many more.
- Pay Tamilnadu Electricity board bills
- Pay Recurring deposit installments
- Pay Loan installments
- Pay IOB Credit card dues
To start using IOB’s online banking services you will first have to register. Current account holders, Loan account holders, Proprietary firms, Partnership companies, Limited Companies, Societies and Trusts, and HUFs are eligible for the service.
To register visit www.iobnet.co.in, then click on “Register Individual” if you are an individual or a proprietary firm, or click on “Register Corporate”. Once you have registered submit the application forms and the annexure displayed to you.
Once you receive your account information write down the PIN number in a safe place, because you will have to use it for all Funds transfer transactions.
After your account has been activated you can sign in via the bank’s login page with your customer ID and password to start managing your account from a remote location.
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