Central Bank of India Customer Care

November 14, 2017 | Author: | Posted in Public Banks

Central Bank of India is amongst the oldest and major profit-making banks in India. It has its based in Mumbai. At present it has 4100 branches and 270 extensions counters crossways 27 Indian states and three Union Territories. Central Bank of India was established on 21 December 1911 by Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala with Sir Pherozesha Mehta. Central Bank of India also claims to be the first commercial Indian bank completely owned and managed by Indians. It has been very efficient in handling things very smartly. In the year 1923, it obtained the Tata Industrial Bank in the wake of the breakdown of the Alliance Bank of Simla. In the year 1969, it was nationalized by Indian Government on 19 July. Central Bank of India was one of foremost bank to issue credit cards in the year 1980 in collaboration with MasterCard.

Central Bank of India Customer Care Toll Free No. ( 24 Hours ) : 1800 200 1911

Central Bank of India Official Website : http://www.centralbankofindia.co.in

Central Bank of India ATM Help Desk

ATM Help Desk: 1800-22-1622 (Toll Free)

49197319-24 for card related complaints

49197314 for failed transactions
Fax- 022-22630104

email- debitcard@centralbank.co.in

Internet Banking

Internet Banking Enquiry, NEFT/RTGS Enquiries, SMS Banking : 022-67153529

Mobile Banking

Mobile Banking, SMS Banking, Internet Banking : 022-27574214

Central Bank of India is one of the leading Public Sector Banks in the country. Central bank of India is amongst 18 Public Sector banks in India to get recapitalization finance from the government over the next 24 months. Central Bank of India intends to open up branches across the world. It is seeking permission from RBI to construct representative offices at five prime locations like Singapore, Dubai, Doha, London and Hong Kong. It had to close its office at London after Sethia Scam in 1970s.

Central Bank of India has gone for partnership with TCS for its Core Banking Solution. Central Bank of India intends to have solution implemented from Sydney-based Financial Network Solutions (FNS), Exim Bills Trade Finance software from China Systems and eTreasury from TCS. With all of its branches in the core banking system (CBS), Central bank of Indian plan to have a excellent banking services all across the country.

Central Bank of India has several inclusions. All that they are doing is creating great balance between customer ship and banking services. Central Bank of India intends to alter the customer banking experience into a productive and pleasurable one. Central Bank of India also aims to use technology to its maximum usage for well-organized and efficient liberation of all banking services. The bank also aims to provide custom made services to all customers. There is also an inclusion of socio economic objective of the Government of India with focus on monetary inclusion.

There are several new inclusions to serve best to all customers. Debenture Trustee Services, Government Business, CENT Gold, CENT Silver, Bancassurance, Institutional Banking, Global Payments and Cash Management, Trade Services, Factoring Services, are very useful services. They are certainly the wonderful inclusions designed to maximize banking services to all customers. To know more about these inclusions, it is imperative to go the original website and find out the best it can do for you.Internet banking has been very interesting aspect of Central Bank of India. It has been witnessed that consumers are being benefited from internet banking. Today Internet Banking has made all lives much easier and accessible for people. Customer Care support is very effective. One does not need to rush from one place to another. All that one needs to do is go to the official website and interact freely. A customer can make an online complaint too. All information about Indian bank can be traced out by logging on http://www.centralbankofindia.co.in. Central bank of India Bank has various categories which can address to the needs of people. Mobile Banking, Phone Banking, Credit Cards, Debit/ ATM Cards, all can be easily traced online and has become very user friendly.

The address of Corporate Office is Central Bank of India,

Chander Mukhi, Nariman Point,
Mumbai – 400 021,
Tel.: 022 – 6638 7777

Regional Offices of Central Bank of India

Below are regional offices of Central Bank of India. Reach these contacts for queries or complaints of Central Bank of India services in your city.


Block No. 37/2/4, Sanjay Place
Agra – 282 002
Tel.: 0562 – 2850154/3424


Central Bank Building
P.O. No. 205, Lal Darwaja
Ahmedabad – 380 001
Tel.: 079 – 25503586


9, Arera Hills, Jail Road
Bhopal – 462 011
Tel.: 0755 – 2674037/36/35/34/33


P. B. No. 13, No. 58-59
Bank Square, Sector – 17B
Chandigarh – 160 017
Tel.: 0172 – 2702994/98


48/49, Monteith Road
Chennai – 600 008
Tel.: 044 – 28554792/4692/4620


G. S. Road, Central Bank Building
Guwahati – 781 005
Tel.: 0361 – 22457651/52


P. B. No. 522, 710-712
Mahapathram Road, Bank Street
Hyderabad – 500 195
Tel.: 033 – 22301270/1275/7007


P. B. No. 10, Akash Deep
23, Vidhan Sabha Road
Lucknow – 226 001
Tel.: 0522 – 2611301-4


Standard Building, 1st Floor
D. N. Road,
Mumbai – 400 023
Tel: 022 – 22047229/7301/7304


Pawapuri Vihar Building, N. H. 28
Near Bhagwanpur Chowk
Muzaffarpur – 842 001
Tel: 0621 – 22251855


Oriental Building, 2nd Floor
Kamptee Road,
Nagpur – 440 001
Tel.: 0712 – 2520361-63


P. B. No. 7007, Link House
Press Area, 3 Bahadurshah Jafar Road,
New Delhi – 110 002
Tel.: 011 – 23318964, 23319268/69


2nd Floor, Block B
Maurya Lok Complex
Dak Banglow Road,
Patna – 800 001
Tel.: 0612 – 2226607


P. B. No. 98, 317
M. G. Road,
Pune – 411 001
Tel.: 020 – 26131611-17


1st Floor, Block ‘C’
Bombay Market, G. E. Road,
Raipur – 492 001
Tel.: 0771 – 2226756, 222517


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