Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank Customer Care Number & Toll Free Number

If you are looking for Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank customer care toll free numbers for stability enquiry then, you are at the right place.Here we are also providing BGVB toll free number to check mini statement via missed call service of your account balance.

Toll Free Helpline Number Of Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank

To find out BGVB Toll Free Helpline Number of Bank please see below,

  • Contact number :-  0348 222 4602, 0348 222 4458,
  • official website :-  http://www.bgvb.co.in/

Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank Customer Care Number & Toll Free Number

Head Office Address of Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank

Chuanpur N. H 34, Berhampore
Murshidabad
Murshidabad District
West Bengal
India – 742101

How to Check Bangiya Gramin Vikash Bank Balance Enquiry Via Missed Call & SMS Alert ?

Registration of mobile number with BGVB account,

  • For registering the bank account with your mobile number, you will need to go the nearest bank branch.
  • After completing the registration process, you can wait for three or four days and the services will be started.
  • Make sure that you will provide a number which is active now so that you can keep getting the updated details of your account on the mobile phone.
  • Yes, you can also choose to update your passbook from the bank to know about the old transactions but this is a tough process for those who don’t want to go the bank branch.
  • Whenever the bank would start the missed call and SMS service, you won’t have to go to register the number if you have done that already.
  • You can call the customer support number to check the balance in your bank account.

 About Of BGVB

Agriculture and rural sectors play an important role in India’s overall development strategy in terms of income and employment generation and poverty alleviation. Great significance has, therefore, been accorded to developing appropriate institutions and mechanisms for catering to the credit requirements of these sectors.

Government of India promoted Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) through the RRBs Act of 1976 to bridge the gap in the flow of credit to the rural poor. The RRBs have a special place in the multi-agency approach adopted to provide agricultural and rural credit in India. These banks are state-sponsored, regionally-based and rural-oriented.

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