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HDFC Bank offers cash withdrawal services through retail stores

Facility will be available for non-HDFC Bank customers as well

Anup Roy  |  Mumbai 

HDFC Bank branch office in Mumbai
HDFC Bank branch office in Mumbai

Private sector on Wednesday said it would offer withdrawal services in over 50 large stores across metro cities, where the customer can swipe their debit cards in the stores’ point of sales machines to withdraw up to Rs 2,000.

The facility will be available for non-customers as well.

For this, the bank has partnered with the Welfare Association, a trade body representing shop owners.

Some of the stores where money can be withdrawn are Roopam, Benzer, Amarsons, Kalaniketan, Premsons, Asiatic, Libaz, Seasons, Roopmilan, Metro, Catwalk, and Mochi.

“These stores will use collected from their sales for the withdrawals. The withdrawal limit has been capped at Rs 2,000 to cater to as many people as possible,” HDFC said in a statement.

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HDFC Bank offers cash withdrawal services through retail stores

Facility will be available for non-HDFC Bank customers as well

Facility will be available for non-HDFC Bank customers as well
Private sector on Wednesday said it would offer withdrawal services in over 50 large stores across metro cities, where the customer can swipe their debit cards in the stores’ point of sales machines to withdraw up to Rs 2,000.

The facility will be available for non-customers as well.

For this, the bank has partnered with the Welfare Association, a trade body representing shop owners.

Some of the stores where money can be withdrawn are Roopam, Benzer, Amarsons, Kalaniketan, Premsons, Asiatic, Libaz, Seasons, Roopmilan, Metro, Catwalk, and Mochi.

“These stores will use collected from their sales for the withdrawals. The withdrawal limit has been capped at Rs 2,000 to cater to as many people as possible,” HDFC said in a statement.



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HDFC Bank offers cash withdrawal services through retail stores

Facility will be available for non-HDFC Bank customers as well

Private sector on Wednesday said it would offer withdrawal services in over 50 large stores across metro cities, where the customer can swipe their debit cards in the stores’ point of sales machines to withdraw up to Rs 2,000.

The facility will be available for non-customers as well.

For this, the bank has partnered with the Welfare Association, a trade body representing shop owners.

Some of the stores where money can be withdrawn are Roopam, Benzer, Amarsons, Kalaniketan, Premsons, Asiatic, Libaz, Seasons, Roopmilan, Metro, Catwalk, and Mochi.

“These stores will use collected from their sales for the withdrawals. The withdrawal limit has been capped at Rs 2,000 to cater to as many people as possible,” HDFC said in a statement.



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