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ICICI Bank Update: Alert for ICICI Bank customers, these 10 charges will have to be paid from 1st...

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ICICI Bank, India's second-largest bank by market capitalization, has recently announced changes in the fees of many of its services for its customers, which will be effective from May 1. These include fees related to ATM usage, debit cards, checkbooks, IMPS, stop payments, and signatures. Let us know all the details one by one.

These will be big changes

ICICI Bank will charge Rs 200 annually from customers living in regular locations and Rs 99 from customers living in rural or rural locations.

The bank will not charge any fee for the first 25 check pages in a year, but after that customers will have to pay Rs 4 per page.

Rs 100 will have to be paid for any special cheque, while customer service will be free through IVR and internet banking.

The bank will charge Rs 100 for issuing duplicate passbooks and Rs 25 per page for updation.

Rs 500 per instance due to financial reasons. Maximum collection will be done 3 times per month for a single mandate.

In case the card is lost or damaged, the customer will have to pay Rs 200 to replace the card.

As per Visa rules, customers will be charged a booking fee of 1.8%.

ICICI Bank will charge Rs 100 per application from customers for photo and signature verification for savings accounts.

The Bank will levy a fee of Rs 50 per transaction on cash deposited in cash acceptor/recycler machines between 06:00 pm on holidays and 06:00 pm.

Amounts up to Rs 1,000 will be charged Rs 2.50 per transaction, amounts above Rs 1,000 will be charged Rs 5 per transaction and amounts from Rs 25,000 to Rs 5 lakh will be charged Rs 15 per transaction.

This will be the rule

Fees will apply if cash is deposited into cash acceptors/recycling machines on bank holidays. Exceeds Rs 10,000 per month in the form of a single transaction or multiple transactions between 6 PM to 8 AM on working days. The above fees will not apply to Senior Citizens, Basic Savings Bank accounts, Jan Dhan accounts and accounts of visually impaired persons, student accounts or any other account identified by ICICI Bank.

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