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how to find my branch code

Discussion in 'Payment Processing' started by wizardgp, Sep 29, 2007.

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    how to find my branch code

    xoom help is not working

    so tell me which side of check to find it
     
    wizardgp, Sep 29, 2007 IP
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    deluxdon Catch Me If You Can...!!!™ Staff

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    Which bank's branch code you are looking for ?

    If it is hdfc or icici then i can help you.
     
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    wizardgp Banned

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    its bank of baroda
     
    wizardgp, Sep 29, 2007 IP
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    Hello,

    Does anybody knows Branch code for State Bank of Saurashtra. I think the branch code differs for each city ? I enquired at the Bank, it didn't make any sense to them... they were give some BIC code.. Is that code ??? Neither they have mentioned in their website...

    Please help if somebody already knows the code....

    Thanks

    gopalgkb
     
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    BIC Code is Bank Identifier Code or the SWIFT Code.

    Yes, each branch will have a different branch code. If they have a website, email the head office and tell them which branch you have your account in and ask for the branch code. It may appear in your bank book or even part of your account number, it is hard to say.
     
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    sufi Well-Known Member

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    The first part of bank account number is usually the branch code (at least in my country). For example my bank account number is 1077-238732-328-32-2 (Imaginary numbers) then 1077 will be the branch code. Best option would be to consult the customer service of your bank.
     
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    Yep quite right but there still are banks which have not updated their account number sequences yet so their account don't come with a branch code at the start of account number. You've to ask bank people about that.

    If you don't want to get any delays in your Payment better ask your bank.
     
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    No,not always!
    I have account in state bank of India and my 4 digit of my bank account number and the branch code is not same.They are different or rather completely different!

    But most of times it is rather same!
     
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    Just visit your bank branch site and select your branch name and you will get the bank branch code!
     
    FreelanceFirm, Sep 29, 2007 IP
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    you can call your bank and ask for the code :) they can help you..
     
    bluedragon_a, Sep 30, 2007 IP
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    Thank you friends for your valuable suggestions.

    Regards..

    gopalgkb
     
    gopalgkb, Oct 1, 2007 IP
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    This is what the bank where i have my account says on that website:
    Swift SLO Code  	 N/A
    Code (markup):
    any idea ? what should i do ?
     
    rapid07, Oct 2, 2007 IP
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