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Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

 

How and where can I find the pin code of my Area?

Find Pin code Service provided in Quick Tools on Home Page allow you to search the Pin code of your Area either by providing State and District Details or by entering Post Office Name.


What is the IFSC code

IFSC stands for the Indian Financial System Code. The purpose of this code is to pinpoint the branch and bank by which an account is held. Note, usually an IFSC code is around eleven characters. The IFSC code is used by NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer) and RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement) transfer systems.

What does NEFT mean?

NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer) means that clients or corporations are able to transfer funds from one bank branch to another electronically at different regions across the country. The transfer of funds is considered to be like e-checks because they will be settled in batches and a service provider will transfer the monies to the other bank's account. The funds are not transferred in real-time. The IFSC code is required to perform NEFT transactions.

What are the charges for NEFT transactions?

Funds to account holders at destination bank branches are free, no charges will be collected. Outgoing transactions, such as from a bank branch account holder to another individual or corporation has the following charges:

  • Transactions up to Rs 10,000: maximum Rs 2.50 + Service Tax.
  • Transactions above Rs 10,000 and up to Rs 1 lakh: maximum Rs 5 + Service Tax.
  • Transactions above Rs 1 lakh and up to Rs 2 lakhs: maximum Rs 15 + Service Tax.
  • Transactions above Rs 2 lakhs: maximum Rs 25 + Service Tax

How do I change my name in Callerinfo?

Yes, best way to the change caller name  or suggest name by sends a mail to support@callerinfo.in

How do I unlist my phone number?

You can at any time opt-out from our database through sent a mail to support@callerinfo.in