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YES BANK offers various products and services, such as retail banking, commercial banking, corporate investment banking, treasury, transaction banking, and more. The bank provides a netbanking facility to its customers to serve at any time, anywhere. Here is a breakdown of the different aspects of Yes bank net banking.
|Customer Service||1800 1200|
|Parent Organisation||State Bank of India|
Know more about the registration process, login process, the services available, and the fund transfer process here.
Step 1: Visit the official website of YES BANK, i.e. https://www.yesbank.in/.
Step 2: On the bottom-right corner of the screen, you can see ‘Digital Banking’ option. Hover the mouse pointer over it to find the ‘Know More’ button. Click on it to go to the next step.
Step 3: In the following screen, look for the ‘Online Banking’ section and click on ‘Know More’.
Step 4: The online banking page will appear. Scroll down to find the ‘Netbanking Service’ section and click on ‘Know More’.
Step 5: In the ‘Netbanking Services’ page, click on the ‘Login’ button.
Step 6: In the following screen, click on the ‘Continue to Netbanking’ button.
Step 7: You will see two options at the bottom of the login screen – ‘Register Using Debit Card and Customer ID’ and ‘Register Using Credit Card’.
Method 1: Registration Using Debit Card and Customer ID
You will see a registration form where you have to enter the customer ID, debit card number, and PIN. You are also required to set a password for netbanking that adheres to the specified criteria. Accept the terms and conditions and click on the ‘Register Online’ button.
Method 2: Register Using Credit Card
Choose a login ID; enter your credit card number, date of birth, and the expiry date of the card; and set a new password for netbanking purposes. Accept the terms and conditions and click on the ‘Register Online’ button.
Step 9: An OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number. Enter the OTP in the given field and click ‘Submit’.
Step 10: A message will be displayed on the screen saying you have successfully registered for netbanking services.
Step 1: Visit the YES BANK netbanking login page at https://personal.yesbank.co.in/netbanking/entry.
Step 2: Enter your customer ID and the password you have set during registration in the respective fields. Enter the captcha code and click on ‘Login’.
Step 3: You will be redirected to the account dashboard as shown in the image below.
Step 1: Log in to your account on the official website of YES BANK netbanking.
Step 2: Select the type of fund transfer from the left-side menu options under ‘Funds Transfer’ section. Here is an example of transferring funds through IMPS.
Step 3: You will see the following screen where you must select the type of transfer and choose if you would like to add a beneficiary or do an ad-hoc transfer. If you would like to transfer money to an account, select the second option.
Step 4: Upon choosing the ad-hoc transfer option, a pop-up window will appear. Enter the beneficiary account number, IFSC of the beneficiary bank, transfer amount, and remarks. Select the account from which you wish to transfer. Click the ‘Transfer’ button.
Step 5: An OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number. Enter the OTP in the space provided and click ‘Submit’.
Step 6: A window will appear displaying a success message and the details of the transaction.
Anybody who has a savings/current account with the bank or holds a YES BANK credit card can use the netbanking platform for free.
YES BANK provides the most secure and easy-to-use netbanking platform with a 128-bit SSL encrypted connection. Also, the bank’s servers are secured with firewalls that are capable of preventing unauthorised access to your session.
In addition, the customers are provided with the unique customer ID, and specific criteria are set to create the password for their accounts. This reduces the possibility of hackers guessing your passwords. In the case of transactions over a certain limit, an OTP will be sent to the registered mobile number of that account to make sure no frauds occur.
If you are unable to open the netbanking login page, either your internet connection is not stable, or the bank’s servers may be down for maintenance. In either case, it is advised to try opening the site after some time.