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Compensation Policy of Bank is designed to cover areas relating to unauthorized debiting of account, Unauthorized electronic Banking Transactions, payment of interest to customers for delay in collection of cheques / instruments, payment of cheques after acknowledging stop payment instructions, remittances within India, foreign exchange services, lending etc. The policy is based on principles of transparency and fairness in treatment of the customers and regulatory guidelines.
The objective of the Policy is to establish a system, whereby the customer is compensated for the financial loss due to deficiency in service or an act of omission or commission directly attributable to the Bank
The customer, as far as possible, will be compensated without having to ask for it.
The Policy covers only compensation for financial losses which customer might incur due to deficiency in the services offered by the bank which can be measured directly and as such the commitments under the Policy are without prejudice to any right the bank will have in defending its position before any forum duly constituted to adjudicate banker-customer disputes.
Liability of a Customer or Bank in unauthorized electronic Banking Transactions:
Zero Liability of a Customer
A customer’s entitlement to zero liability shall arise where the unauthorised transaction occurs in the following events:
A customer shall be liable for the loss occurring due to unauthorized transactions in the following cases:
Table 1 : Maximum Liability of a Customer
The customer will bear the entire loss until he reports the unauthorized transaction to the bank. Any loss occurring after the reporting of the unauthorized transaction shall be borne by the bank. However, depending on case to case basis, Bank may compensate customer an amount of maximum Rs 25000/- (if reported within 30 days) irrespective of the fact whether there is single or multiple number of transactions or transaction amount whichever is lower.
Overall liability of the customer in third party breaches, where the deficiency lies neither with the bank nor with the customer but lies elsewhere in the system, is summarized in the Table 2:
Table 2 : Summary of Customer’s Liability
Reversal Time line for Zero Liability / Limited Liabilty of a Customer:
On being notified by the customer , the Bank shall credit( shadow reversal) the amount involved in the unauthorized electronic transaction to the customer’s account within 10 working days from the date of such notification by the customer (without waiting for settlement of insurance claim , if any) . The credit shall be value dated to be as the date of unauthorized transaction.
Burden of Proof: The burden of proving the customer liability in case of unauthorized electronic Banking transactions shall lie on the Bank. Such cases of Zero liability / limited liability of customers and compensation amount shall be examined and decided by DBD Division in case of unauthorized electronic transactions and by FRMD in case of fraudulent electronic transactions.
In case verification of the entry reported to be erroneous by the customer does not involve a third party, the bank will endeavor to complete the process of verification within a maximum period of seven working days from the date of reporting of erroneous debit. In case, the verification involves a third party or where verification is to be done at overseas centers, the bank shall complete the verification process within a maximum period of one month from the date of reporting of erroneous transaction by the customer.
In case a cheque has been paid after stop payment instruction is acknowledged by the bank, the bank shall reverse the transaction within two working days after receiving the intimation and give value-dated credit to protect the interest of the customer. Any consequential financial loss to the customer will be compensated as provided under para 2.1.
The bank will undertake to carry out direct debit / ECS debit instructions of customers in time. In the event the bank fails to meet such commitments customer will be compensated to the extent of any financial loss customer would incur on account of delay in carrying out the instruction / failure to carry out the instructions.
The bank would debit the customer`s account with any applicable service charge as per schedule of charges notified by the bank from time to time and displayed on bank`s website www.pnbindia.in, which will be a notice to the public at large. In the event the bank levies any charge in violation of the arrangement, the bank will reverse the charges when pointed out by the customer subject to scrutiny of agreed terms and conditions. Any consequential financial loss to the customer will also be compensated.
All cheques and other negotiable instruments payable locally would be presented through the Clearing System prevailing at the centre. Bank would give credit to the customer account on the day the clearing settlement takes place.
Interest for delayed collection shall be paid at the following rates:
As part of the compensation policy of the bank, the bank will pay interest to its customer on the amount of collection instruments in case there is delay in giving credit beyond the time period specified in banks cheque collection policy. Such interest shall be paid without any demand from customers in all type of accounts. There shall be no distinction between instruments drawn on the bank’s own branches or on other banks for the purpose of payment of interest on delayed collection.
If the proceeds of cheque under collection were to be credited to Savings Bank or Current account of the customer,
If the proceeds of cheque under collection were to be credited to an overdraft / loan account of the customer,
The compensation on account of delays in collection of instruments would be as per the FEDAI Rules (7.1 Edition) Rule 4.5 for Cheques / Instruments which reads as under:
Authorized Dealers shall pay or send Intimation, as the case may be, to the beneficiary in two working days from the date of receipt of credit advice / nostro statement. In case of delay, the bank shall pay the beneficiary interest @ 2 % over its savings bank interest rate.
In case of delay in crediting the beneficiary customer`s account or in returning the uncredited amount to the remitter in case of NEFT, Bank shall pay penal interest at the current RBI LAF Repo Rate plus two percent for the period of delay/till the date of refund as the case may be to the affected customer suo moto, without waiting for claim from customers.
Customer Facilitation Centres (CFCs) have been established to handle customer queries/complaints regarding NEFT transactions. The contact details of CFCs are available on website of the Bank as well as the website of RBI for easy availability to the customers. Further, Bank shall keep the contact details of their CFCs, set up to handle customer queries/complaints regarding NEFT transactions, updated at all times. Changes, if an y, should be advised by the Bank immediately to the National Clearing Cell, Nar iman Point, RBI for updating the central directory placed on RBI website. Bank shall also ensure that calls made/e-mails sent to the CFCs are promptly attended to and sufficient resources are dedicated for the same.
On receipt of credit advice/statement of Nostro/Vostro account and compliance of guidelines, requirements of the Bank and FEMA, the Bank shall transfer funds to the credit of exporter`s account within two working days.
If the above stipulated time limit is not observed, Bank shall pay compensation for the delayed period at the minimum interest rate charged on export credit as advised by RBI from time to time.
Bank shall pay or send intimation, as the case may be, to the beneficiary within two working days from the date of receipt of credit advice/nostro statement.
In case of delay, Bank shall pay the beneficiary interest @ 2% over the savings bank interest rate.
In the event a cheque or an instrument accepted for collection is lost in transit or in the clearing process or at the paying bank`s branch, the bank shall immediately on coming to know of the loss, bring the same to the notice of the accountholder so that the accountholder can inform the drawer to record stop payment and also take care that cheques, if any, issued by him / her are not dishonoured due to non–credit of the amount of the lost cheques / instruments. The bank would provide all assistance to the customer to obtain a duplicate instrument from the drawer of the cheque.
The bank will compensate the accountholder in respect of instruments lost in transit in the following way:
Duplicate draft will be issued within a fortnight from the receipt of such request from the purchaser thereof. For delay beyond the above stipulated period, interest at the rate applicable for fixed deposit of corresponding period will be paid as compensation to the customer for such delay . The period of fortnight prescribed would be applicable only in cases where the request for duplicate demand draft is made by the purchaser or the beneficiary and would not be applicable in the case of third party endorsements.
It is mandatory for bank to reimburse the customer, the amount wrongfully debited on account of failed ATM transactions within a maximum period of 7 (seven) working days from the receipt of the customer complaint. For any failure to re-credit the customer`s account within 7 (seven) working days from the date of receipt of the complaint, bank shall pay compensation of Rs.100/- per day to the aggrieved customer. This compensation shall be credited to the customer`s account automatically without any claim from the customer, on the same day when bank affords the credit for the failed ATM transactions.
Customer is entitled to receive such compensation only if claim is lodged with the issuer bank within 30 days of the date of transaction.
Further, this is applicable for domestic ATM transactions only. Details of charge back in case of ATM transaction by a customer of the bank when he uses other bank ATM may be included.
All disputes regarding ATM failed transactions shall be settled by the issuing and the acquiring bank through the ATM System Provider only. No bilateral settlement arrangement outside the dispute resolution mechanism available with the System Provider is permissible. This measure is intended to bring down the instances of disputes in payment of compensation between the issuing and acquiring banks.
All the pensioners are compensated for the delay period, if delay is on the part of the Bank, beyond the due date at a fixed interest rate of 8%. Compensation shall be credited automatically without any claim from the pensioner on the same day when the bank affords the credit.
In the event of receipt of any complaint from the customer that Bank`s representative / courier or Direct Selling Agent (DSA) has engaged in any improper conduct or acted in violation of the Code of Bank`s Commitment to Customers which the bank has adopted voluntarily, the bank is committed to investigate the matter and endeavor to communicate the findings to the customer within 7 working days from the date of receipt of complaint and wherever justified, compensate the customer for financial losses, if any, as contemplated under this policy.
Bank will not honour Cheques drawn on current accounts maintained by co- operative banks with it unless arrangements are made for funding cheques issued. Issuing bank shall be responsible to compensate the cheque holder for non-payment / delayed payment of cheques in the absence of adequate funding arrangement.
The bank has adopted the principles of lender`s liability. In terms of the guidelines for lenders liability, and the Code of Bank`s Commitment to Customers adopted by the bank, the bank would return to the borrowers all the securities/documents/title deeds to mortgaged property within 15 days of repayment of all dues agreed to or contracted. The bank will compensate the borrower for monetary loss suffered, if any due to delay in return of the same. In the event of loss of title deeds to mortgaged property at the hands of the bank, the compensation will cover out of pocket expenses for obtaining duplicate documents plus a lumpsum amount as decided by the bank.
Bank will not be responsible for the loss to the customers due to customer`s carelessness in keeping the Cheque book, Passbook, Cards, PIN or other security information and not following Do`s and Don`ts issued by Bank, until the Bank has been notified by the customer.
Bank will not be responsible for the loss to the customer, if the customer acts fraudulently and/or acts without reasonable care which has resulted into loss to him/her. Bank will also not be responsible for the losses arising out of misuse of lost PIN, compromise of passwords/secured or confidential information, until the time the Bank has been notified and has taken steps to prevent misuse.
RBI directed that no changes/corrections should be carried out on the cheques. For any changes in the payee`s name, courtesy amount (amount in figures) or legal amount (amount in words) etc. excepting change in the date for validation period, fresh cheque forms should be used by customers. This will help the bank to identify and control fraudulent alterations.
Reduction of validity of cheque /draft /pay order/ Banker`s cheque from 6 months to 3 months w.e.f. 01.04.2012.
Dishonour /Return of cheques: Bank needs to mention the `Date of Return` & sign/ initial the Cheque Return Memo and the Objection Slip is to be signed/initialed giving therein a definite and valid reason for refusing payment, as prescribed in Rule 6 of the Uniform Regulations and Rules for Bankers` Clearing Houses (URRBCH). This will enable the holder of the instrument to have legal recourse against the drawer of the cheque.
The Bank shall not be liable to compensate customers for delayed credit if some unforeseen event (including but not limited to civil commotion, sabotage, lockout, strike or other labour disturbances, accident, fires, natural disasters or other "Acts of God", war, damage to Bank`s facilities or of its correspondent bank(s), absence of the usual means of communication or all types of transportation, etc.) beyond the control of Bank prevents it from performing its obligations within the specified service delivery parameters.
The bank reserves the right to amend/modify this policy, as and when deemed fit and proper, at its sole discretion.
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