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What’s there in the eBook of Banking Ombudsman Notes?
|Table of Content
|Banking- Ombudsman- Appointment and Tenure
|Institutions that come under the Banking
|Banking- Ombudsman- Scheme- Areas of
|How to file a complaint against the banking
|Amount of compensation
|Ombudsman Scheme for Non-Banking Financial
|Other grounds for complaints
|When does the Banking – Ombudsman not
consider Customer complaints?
|Appeal against the order passed by the Banking
|What details are required in the application?
|Can the Banking Ombudsman reject a complaint
at any stage?
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What’s there in the Banking Ombudsman Scheme Notes eBook?
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) implemented the Banking Ombudsman Scheme in 1995. It was introduced in the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 u/s 35 A. The scheme was initiated to address the dissatisfaction and complaints of customers who were not supportive of certain banking services and settle their issues. As time progressed, the scheme was legally pruned and modified by introducing regulations under the Banking Ombudsman Scheme of 2006. The latest revision in the scheme was introduced in 2017.
This blog contains information on the Banking Ombudsman Scheme, its necessity, benefits, when and how to file a complaint, and other relevant information.
The RBI appoints an official (senior) as the Banking Ombudsman to sort out the complaints by customers against banking services that are covered by the Banking Ombudsman Scheme 2006.
As mentioned above, the scheme was modified in 2017. By 2019 as many as 22 Banking Ombudsmen (officers) were appointed. The offices are mostly located in various State capitals.
Banking- Ombudsman- Appointment and Tenure
- The Reserve Bank appoints senior officers in the rank of Chief General Manager or General Manager to serve as Banking Ombudsmen.
- The appointment may be made for a period not exceeding three years at a stretch.
- The Banking Ombudsman has to provide the Governor, Reserve Bank, with a report on 30th June each year.
Institutions that come under the Banking Ombudsman Scheme
The following Banks are covered under this scheme:
- Scheduled Commercial Banks
- RRBs (Regional Rural Banks)
- UCBs (Scheduled Primary Co-operative Banks)
Banking- Ombudsman- Scheme- Areas of customer redressal
There are about 25 points on which complaints can be submitted. Some are listed below :
- Delay or non-payment in processing the payment of inward remittances
- Delay or non-payment of drafts, cheques, bills, and others
- Delay or non-payment in the collection of drafts, cheques, bills, and others
- Delay or inability to issue pay orders, drafts, or bankers’ cheques
- Delay or refusal in the closing of accounts
- Not allowing to open deposit accounts without any valid reason.
- Non-compliance to scheduled working hours;
- Levying of charges without any notice/ information to account holders.
- Not following the guidelines of RBI regarding engaging recovery agents.
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