How to Check Central Bank of India Complaint Status: File a Complaint Online

It is highly important to be able to submit and track complaints conveniently. With emerging technology convenience is now the talk of the town, so this article will help you find the easiest and convenient ways to Submit and Check the status of your Complaint to the Central Bank of India.

Central Bank of India Complaint Online

The following are different modes that allow you to file a complaint with the Central Bank of India.

To submit your complaint online via mobile phone or desktop, click on the link below:

Make sure to keep your account number, IFSC code, and other info handy while submitting a complaint.

File a Complaint by Sending an SMS

The complaint filing service via SMS is available in certain cases at the Central Bank of India. They are: 

  • For Blocking all Cards Linked to a Mobile Number

 LOST and send the SMS to the number mentioned hereinafter.

  • For Blocking Specific Card Number 

LOST <space> card number and send the SMS to the number mentioned hereinafter.

  • For Blocking Card in a Specific Account

LOST<space>Account number and send the SMS to the number mentioned hereinafter.

Send any of the above codes by registered mobile number to block your card(s) at 91+9967533228

Central Bank of India Complaint Toll-Free Numbers

The different numbers are dedicated to addressing different complaints.

They are:

NATURE OF COMPLAINT Contact Number
Internet Banking (Internet Banking inquiry, Mobile Banking) 1800 22 1911
For technical issues 1800 22 1911
For Reversal/failed transactions 022-61648613
Card Hotlisting  /

Card not working

Card Hotlisting  /

Card not working

Card not working for online registration/transaction. STD Code – 022 49197323
For a failed transaction in ATM/POS/Online & Account debited requiring reversal STD Code – 022 49197314 /15
Call Center (Customer related Services) 1800 22 1911
Credit Card Call Center (Customer related Services for Credit Card) 1800 222 368 (Toll Free ) & 022-66387737 ,66387743

Other toll-free numbers are 1800 110 001, 1800 180 1111

Important Note: Departmental telephonic contacts are available during Office hours only. Otherwise, you can contact at general 24×7 toll-free no. 1800 22 1911.

Write a Complaint via Email

Different Complaints or grievances at the Central Bank of India can be addressed at different email ids. They are:

Nature of Complaint Email address
Card Hotlisting  /

Card not working

debitcard_os@centralbank.co.in

debitcard@centralbank.co.in

sm4atm@centralbank.co.in

Card not working for online registration/transaction. sm4atm@centralbank.co.in

debitcard_os@centralbank.co.in

For a failed transaction in ATM/POS/Online & Account debited requiring reversal atmrecon@centralbank.co.in

smatmreversal@centralbank.co.in

For other miscellaneous complaints complaints@centralbank.co.in
Digital transactions support digitalsupport@centralbank.co.in
For technical issues upisupport@centralbank.co.in
For Reversal/failed transactions smtbk2@centralbank.co.in
PMJDY grievance redressal pmjdy.grievances@nic.in

Submit CBI Complaint via Post

You can send a complaint via post directly to their Assistant General Manager at the following address.

Central Bank of India,

Operations Department,

Central Bank Building, 2nd floor

M.G. Road, Hutatma Chowk,

Fort, Mumbai 400 023

How to Check Central Bank of India Complaint Status Online?

Customers of the Central Bank of India get a Unique Identification Number (UIN) while lodging online complaints. This UIN will be used in helping the complainant to track the latest position of their complaint in the future.

Click here to track your complaint by entering Complaint Reference Number:

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