Advises them to avoid ATMs and cash deals, says mobile and internet banking are both safe and convenient
Gireesh Babu | Chennai
Last Updated at March 21, 2020 20:24 IST
Indian Bank has requested its customers to use its Digital Banking Services (DBS) in order to protect themselves from the coronavirus.
“The bank requests all the customers and the general public to avoid visiting the public places including banks, in order to curtail the spread of virus through human-chain. Banks and ATMs are frequented by the general public, which may further aggravate the situation,” said the Bank in a press statement today.
It advised the public to use modes of digital payments such as mobile banking, internet banking, debit and credit cards from the convenience of their homes, instead of using cash which may require them to go to crowded places for paying bills.
First Published: Sat, March 21 2020. 20:17 IST