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Cancel NEFT Charges PetitionViews: 633
Feb 04, 2010 8:52 amCancel NEFT Charges Petition#

Pravin Dhayfule
Hi Folks,

I have just created a petition to plead RBI to ask banks to cancel the NEFT Charges on online net transfers

Please sign the petition if you hate NEFT Charges levied on customers, which actually banks have to pay.

Canít guarantee if it will be 100% successful, but at least lets hope it becomes successful.

I have also mailed RBI regarding this petition... but no response :(

Is there anyone here from News Media who can help me publish this petition in news papers or on TV media?

To: Reserve Bank of India

Humble Request

Reserve Bank Of India

Its been observed that Banks (both Pvt. as well as Nationalized) have started charging for NEFT which was initially Free of Charge.

Its crazy since in todays world when we all are dependent on Internet Banking, and at the same time Govt and NGOs are promoting the concept of Paperless transactions to save greenery, its real hypocrisy that customers are charged for paperless Bank transfers.

This will not just cause inconvenience to customers, but even lead the customers to minimize the use of net banking and at same time increase use of paper cheques, thus contradicting to the drive of saving paper and trees.

So this is my humble request to please have the banks relieve customers from this LOAD of NEFT Charges

Hoping for a Kinder and Supportive Response


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