State Bank of Hyderabad NET Banking: Once you have opened an account with State Bank of Hyderabad you will get your KIT. If you want your name embossed on the card, the procedure might take some more time. Alternatively, there is an option to get a ready kit. This kit will contain your card, your username, password, your ATM pin code and some of the other promotional papers.
How to avail the services of Online SBH NetBanking?
For availing the services of net banking, you will need to fill up a form. The form will be typically three page long addressed to the bank manager. It simply asks for the following details:
- Name of the Customer
- Mobile Number
- E-mail id
- Date of Birth
- Account Number(s) & Account Type
The rest of the two following pages give details about the terms of services of banks, customer’s obligations and a list of do’s and don’ts to simply outline the expected behavior of the customer. If you still face any problem, you can approach any of the bank employees. They can help you through the process.
After you have filled in the form within a span of two weeks, you will get an envelope which says- “Internet Banking Pre- Printed Kit” from the KIT pouch. Inside this pouch, you will find in two 7 digit numbers-
The first one will have your username and the second one will have the password which you will be requiring to avail the internet banking services.
HOW TO LOGIN SBH ONLINE PERSONAL BANKING
Step 1) Open the official website of Online sbh at onlinesbh.com
Step 2) Click on the “LOG IN” button.
Step 3) Navigate to “New User Registration” in the login page.
Step 4) Click and Forward to the next step.
Step 5) Enter the user ID and password which you received via post in your kit.
Step 6) This is Temporary Password so after logging in into your SBI Online account once you need to change it.
Step 7) Viola, You have successfully activated your SBH Banking account.
While the world is moving swiftly towards internet banking, I can sense that majority of the people are still skeptical about using online banking. Here is a list of precautionary steps that one could take and follow so as to avoid any glitches.
- First and foremost be cautious while gaining or trying to make internet banking work. Try getting access to your bank website or account by typing the URL in the address bar of the browser.
- Avoid all the e-mails that claim to have access to the bank site and avoid clicking on any random links.
- NEVER respond to any e-mails which claim that they are affiliated with the bank you are using. State Banks never sends e-mail and embedded links asking you to update or verify personal, confidential and security details. There are high chances of you getting a phone call asking for details or any case of the emergency situation under which you are being asked to reveal your personal details. Firstly do not respond to such calls and secondly go ahead and approach the bank and report the situation to help alleviate unwanted activities and entities which work against the interests of the bank. NEVER RESPOND to such e-mails/phone calls/SMS if you receive.
- Also, many entities would want to lure you by sending e-mail/ SMS/ phone call promising that you have been shortlisted for some reward and in lieu, they would ask for your personal banking details or details which are privy to you.
- Here are some simple tips that will help you protect your system and might improve the internet security of your system:
- The newer version of Operating System with latest security patches.
- Latest version of Browsers
- Keep your Firewall enabled.
- Antivirus signatures applied
Some more Precautions:
- Try to keep your device clean. Keep a check and use Antivirus regularly to ensure that the system is Virus/Trojan free.
- Another wise and important tip would be that you must keep changing your Internet Banking password at periodical intervals.
- Be alert and keep a check on your logging in details and other details like the last log-in date and time in the post login page.
- Another important tip would be that you must keep away from using cyber cafes or shared PCs for internet banking.