In this post we will let you know about the procedure to apply for Bank of Baroda (BOB) debit card. Many of you may want to apply for new debit card or may want to replace your damaged debit card. Here, we are giving below the procedure to apply for BOB debit card.
Bank of Baroda is an Indian state-owned international banking and financial services company. Headquarter of Bank of Baroda is located in Vadodara (earlier known as Baroda) in Gujarat, India. It is the second largest bank in India, next to State Bank of India. Its headquarters is in Vadodara and it has a corporate office in the Mumbai also. Presently, the bank is functioning with 8581 branches including overseas branches. Further, Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank are merged with Bank of Baroda in the year 2019.
Bank of Baroda Debit Card Application formBOB-Debit-Card-Application
How to fill BOB Debit Card application form?
The following are the step by step procedure to fill Bank of Baroda debit card application.
- Firstly download debit card application from the above link and take print out. Then start to fill from the top of the application. You are advised to write your bank account details only in CAPITAL LETTERS.
- Write your Account type and Account Number in the space provided. Also, write your 16-digit ATM card number if you already have.
- Write your Name as per your bank record, Date of Birth, Gender and also write the name to be printed on the debit card.
- Then write your residential address and Office address details with correct pin code in the respective places.
- Then tick the address where you want to receive your debit card.
- Read the terms and conditions carefully and finally put your signature in the respective place.
- If your account is joint account, all the account holders have to put your signature in the signature column.
Finally, check the application form whether you have written your account details correctly and then submit the form to Bank of Baroda branch.
For any queries, contact Bank of Baroda customer care number 1800 258 4455 & 1800 102 4455