Federal Bank Online Banking makes bank's services easier as well as at the finger tips of the consumer. Federal Bank has its own head office at Kerala and it was founded in 1931. In all over the country, there are 500 branches of Federal Bank. The Federal Bank introduced Internet Banking Services through FedNet for the first time.
Screenshot of Federal Bank Wensite Login page
Net banking of federal bank is Expedient, secure and safe. By login to Federal Bank's account anyone can have access all the online banking services.
Several significant Federal Bank Online Banking services are given below:
- Viewing of Account Details
- Information on latest Interest Rates of Deposits
- Password Change
- Funds Transfer
- Request for Demand Drafts
- Track Transactions
- Railway Reservation
- Cheque Book Request
- LIC premia Payments
- Set Preferences
- Opening or Renewal of Term Deposits
- View of DP Accounts
- BSNL phone bill payment
Activation of facilities:
Fund Transfer facility will be availed either via FedNet itself or by sending the signed acknowledgment portion of the PIN mailer back, to the customer. The applicant should sign the acknowledgment himself, and the signature should match with that in the application. The mandate holder should sign the acknowledgment for accounts which are not operated signly. With just one click of mouse banking services can be availed 24 X 7 by Federal Bank to any corner of world.
Bank's all customers are allowed to access online banking services. FedNet facility is free of charge for all customers. To get the services of online banking, customers have to fill up application form and apply for registration. Afterward the bank’s online banking division will provide the PIN mailer, comprising the login ID and the password. The mandate forms will have to be filled up to get Federal Bank Internet Banking services. There are two sorts of forms, one for the corporate and another for the joint account holders. You can register for Loan accounts and the deposit accounts to get the services of FedNet.