Existing IFSC/MICR/Cheque Book of erstwhile Andhra & Corporation Bank will be discontinued from 01-10-2021. Pl use new cheque book of Union Bank and inform new IFSC/ MICR Code to your remitters/Service Providers. For details contact your branch/website. Based on RBI instructions on amalgamation of Banks, from 1st July 2021 onwards, NEFT/RTGS transactions are not allowed towards IFSC codes of merged banks i.e. Allahabad Bank, Syndicate Bank, Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank. You are requested to register beneficiaries with latest IFSCs of their amalgamated entity.
The new IFSC can be obtained by sending SMS to '09223008486' by typing 'IFSC <OLD IFSC>'. The new IFSC codes are also available on Union Bank of India website under Amalgamation Centre.

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  • Customers are requested to note that old cheque books are being phased out with new ones having additional security features w.e.f. 01.07.2021. Please contact your branch manager for replacement of old cheque book with new cheque book well before the said date. If you have already issued cheque from old cheque book, please get it replaced with new cheque immeditely. On receipt of confirmation from you, Bank will delete the old cheque book records from Core Banking Solution (CBS) system.

  • You have registered for mandatory additional layer of security, by choosing 3 challenge questions and answering them. In case of providing incorrect answers to the such challenge questions your Internet Banking shall be blocked. In such case, please call our Customer Service at 1800-2222-44 & 1800-208-2244 and choose option no. 2 for further process.

  • PSB Alliance Doorstep Banking Services available

  • Bank has introduced 3 Factor Authentication (FA) to enhance the security features of your accounts, one time registration for the same is mandatory. Know more

BEWARE OF FRAUD CALLS

It has been observed that many fake and fraudulent contact numbers are circulated on web posting as ´Banks Customer Care Number´. One such number found in web search is 06206419089. Customers are hereby cautioned to conduct their own investigations and analysis and should check the accuracy, reliability of the contact numbers before using any contact number received by the customer other than through our official channels such as Bank´s Website/authentic literature/Advertisements etc. Bank accepts no responsibility towards any loss incurred by the customer incidental to usage of any unauthentic contact number/channel.

[Phishing Do's and Dont's]

Phishing is a fraudulent attempt, usually made through emails/calls/SMS to capture your confidential data like NetBanking Id/Password, mobile no, email Id/Password, Card no/PIN/CVV no, etc.

  • Access your bank website only by typing the URL in address bar of browser.
  • Always check the last log-in date and time in the post login page.
  • Immediately change your passwords if you have accidentally revealed your credentials.
  • Please report immediately on phishing[at]unionbankofindia[dot]com if you receive any such email/SMS or Phone call.
  • Union Bank will never send you e-mails asking for confidential details of your account/ PIN/ Password or personal details.
  • Never respond to e-mails/embedded links/calls asking you to update or verify UserIDs/Passwords/Card Number/CVV etc.
  • Never click on any links in any e-mail to access the bank's site.
  • Never enter login or other sensitive information in any pop up window.
  • Do not be victim of SIM SWAPS, immediately investigate when you notice that you are not receiving call and message or getting SIM Registration fail. Keep your phone switched on and check alerts from Union Bank of India.
  • Never respond to any SIM Swap Request even from mobile operators.

SafeGuard [Beware of phishing]

Avoid fraudulent communications asking for your UserId, Password, Card No, Account No. etc. Fraudulent emails contain links of look-alike websites to capture your financial data. Bank will never send such communications to you asking for your personal/confidential data. Always visit Bank's site instead of clicking on the links provided in emails/third party websites. Do not respond to pop-up windows asking for your financial or confidential information.