Complaint Filing against Punjab National Bank

How to File a Complaint Online against Punjab National Bank?

Online Legal India LogoBy Online Legal India Published On 09 Nov 2020 Updated On 19 Oct 2022 Category Consumer Complaint

In India, service breakdowns and inefficiency are quite frequent in Punjab National Bank (PNB). Very often, the account holders experience negligence from the bank employees too.

Luckily, as per the updated directives of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019, every Indian citizen is empowered to file a complaint against the Govt. undertaken banks in India for such state of affairs.

 Grounds on which we can file a complaint against Punjab National Bank

  • Payment/transaction failure
  • Credit/Debit card issues
  • Misbehavior of bank staff
  • Bank locker concerns
  • Illegal money deduction
  • Service delay

Consumer Complaint Filing

To file a complaint against Punjab National Bank, at first, an applicant is required to be physically present in the particular branch and may approach the Nodal Officer of the bank.

Before that, the applicant needs to pen down the application containing the personal details, type of complaint, the branch/bank employee against whom the complaint will be filed, etc.

In case of not getting a satisfactory reply from the bank, the applicant can file a complaint against the Punjab National Bank in the consumer court. Here, the legal procedure demands to be present in the courtroom for the follow-ups and claiming consumer rights.

However, you can file an online complaint against Punjab National Bank as well!

How can we help you?

As an alternative to standing in the queue for hours and facing troubles from the bank officials, it is highly recommendable to file an online complaint against Punjab National Bank from your handheld gadgets.

Online Legal India™, the country’s leading consumer protection platform, is already being trusted by millions for claiming their consumer rights. At an unbeatable cost, the dedicated Advocate panel here provides 360° online support to the applicants from filing the complaint to the quick redressal process in the courtroom.




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