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New SBI ATM withdrawal limits come into effect next week - Mint
For SBI account holders, new ATM cash withdrawal rules kick in from October 31. SBI, the country’s largest bank, will reduce the daily cash withdrawal limit for Classic and Maestro debit cards to Rs 20,000 per day, from Rs 40,000, with effect from 31 October 2018. SBI account holders having higher daily cash withdrawal requirements can apply for other debit card variants that have a higher daily withdrawal limit, the bank has said in a communication.
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