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500 and 1000 Notes Exchange Form

500 and 1000 Notes Exchange Form PDF Download

 

RBI Published authorized Download New PDF Request Slip For Exchange Rs.500/- And Rs.1000/- Notes is given For downloading PDF file. This slip is known as the पुराने उच्च मूल्यवर्ग बैंक नोट के लिए जमा पर्ची. By using this Saving Bank slip you can exchange your Old Notes of 500 and 1000 Rs.

Points to Remember, Helpful For Fast Note Exchange

We Recommend you to Deposit your Money Directly to your Saving Account, because it will save your Time. Also we have noticed than Now a days ATM are More busy as compare to Bank. Because most of peoples are preferring ATM’s for withdrawals. But we thing the manual Process if pretty Fast. Also If you Have  Multiple bank Account, then Choose Small Bank Avoid Banks Like SBI, because there is huge rush.

Note Exchange PDF Form Download

So simple suggestion is to take printout of given PDF, fill in advance at home and then approach bank, we have give a simple instructions for exchange your Old Notes with new.

  1. Take printout of exchange of old currency notes (download notes exchange slip form here)
  2. Carry approved identity proof in case you are not visiting home branch of your bank account
    Valid Identity proof is any of the following :
    Aadhaar Card, Driving License, Voter ID Card, Pass Port, NREGA Card [National Rural Employment Guarantee Card], PAN Card, Identity Card Issued by Government Department, Public Sector Unit to its Staff
  3. Option 1 : Exchange old notes
    At a time you can exchange 4000 Rs only, i.e. four 1000 Rs notes or 8 500 Rs notes or combination of them to maximum 4000 Rs, per day
  4. Option 2 : Deposit old notes to your bank account
    No limit for value or quantity of old bank notes to be credited to the bank account maintained by that person (KYC norms must be complete for the bank account)
500, 1000 Note exchange Form

500, 1000 Note exchange Form

RBI Help Line Details

In case of any difficulty You may approach the control room of RBI by email (mailto: publicquery@rbi.org.in) or on Telephone Nos 022 22602201/022 22602944 as a help Line

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