Do you have an account with State Bank of India? Do you use SBI debit card? SBI is one of the leading banks in India with a vast network of branches and ATMs across the country.
While using the ATM/Debit Card at the ATM terminals, the machine generates different codes for the transaction. The codes generated by the machine get printed on the slip.
As a cardholder, you must have the idea about the SBI ATM response code and also the solution to prevent inconvenience.
SBI ATM Response Codes and its solutions
The response code is unique and describes the status of the transaction. The response code could denote an error or a successful transaction. You must learn about the error codes and their solutions.
If the response code is 053 it denotes, you entered an incorrect PIN. Make sure to reenter the correct PIN within the next two times. If you enter the wrong PIN three times, the ATM card will get automatically blocked for the next 24 hours.
If the response code is 058 or 059, you attempted to withdraw an amount more than the available balance in the account. First of all, you need to get confirmed about the available account balance and request the amount as available in the account.
If the response code is 060, you have exceeded the usage limit. The withdrawal limit from ATMs of other banks is Rs 10, 000, so make sure not to exceed the limit in the next trial.
You could get this error if the account status is ‘Dormant‘.
ATM Response Code List
|Transaction Not Supported
|Usage Limit Exceeds
|WDL Limit Would Be Exceeded
|Pin Tries Exceeds
|WDL AMT already reached
|Invalid Credit Card Cash Advance
|Contact Card Issuer
|Destination Not Available
|Message Edit Error
|Account is locked
|Acct Not Connected to ATM Card
|Acquirer limit exceeds
You need to check the account status to confirm whether it is dormant or not. If the account status is Dormant, you need to withdraw cash from the branch. After making the withdrawal, the account status will turn Active, and you can further use the ATM card without any hassles.
If the response code shows 150, it denotes Blocked ATM Card. You need to apply for a new ATM Card and activate the same.
These are the meaningful SBI ATM response codes and the easy solutions which every SBI ATM Cardholder must be aware of.