How to write application of complaint for losing money from ATM


Have you lost your money through ATM? Are you a victim of ATM fraud? Is your money debited from your account but you didn't receive it while withdrawing it from ATM? Here is a solution to your problem. Read this article to know how to write an application to bank to complaint loss of money through ATM.

Technology proved to be boon for human lives but simultaneously it is also a bane. It has made our lives comfortable but has also created several problems for us. Gone are days when we had to stand in long bank queues to deposit or withdraw money. Now we can deposit cash easily through Cash Deposit Machine (CDM) and can withdraw money simply by swiping our ATM card. However, you might also be a victim of ATM fraud now or then. This is very annoying for every person. But you need not to worry anymore as RBI has laid down several guidelines under which banks have to compensate complete loss provided that later informs the former about the fraud/ loss within a stipulated time period. Here are some situations when you realize that you have lost your money through ATM.

  • You swiped your ATM card. Suddenly the machine switched off and you could not receive any money or receipt, but money gets deducted.
  • ATM machine shows "your transaction is in process" for some time and after that, it shows " Time Out". But you receive no money in your hand.
  • ATM card cloned, etc.




Customers get the full refund of the amount lost if the fraud happened-
  • Due to the negligence of the bank
  • The loss happened due to third person and customer informed the bank about the fraud within 3 working days


On the other hand, banks undertake limited liability only if the fraud happened due to the negligence of the customer like-
  • Sharing PIN or card details with any person, knowingly or unknowingly
  • Loss or fraud happened due to any fault in the system, and customer informed the bank about the fraud within 4-7 working days. In such a case, bank compensates Rs. 10,000 only (Rs. 5000 in case of basic saving bank deposit account) or lost transaction value, whichever is less


If a customer informs bank after the expiry of 7 working days, then loss occurred would be compensated according to the bank's policies only.

How to write application of complain for losing money from ATM

How to submit complaint about money lost through ATM


To,
The Manager,
Bank Name
Branch Name


Subject: Money not received while using ATM but balance deducted
Respected Sir/ Madam,
I am current/ saving account holder in your bank (Account number). Yesterday I was using bank's ATM located at _____ (provide the location of ATM) at around 06:00 pm to withdraw Rs. 10,000 from my account. But suddenly the machine switched off and I could not receive any money or receipt, but I received a message on my mobile that Rs. 10,000 has been withdrawn. In reality, I had not received any cash in my hand. I checked my account summary online also. It is also showing a debit of Rs. 10,000.

Kindly do the needful as soon as possible.

Thanking you,
Yours sincerely,
Signature
Name
Complete bank account number
Mobile number
Date



Note: Provide accurate details in the application mentioning what happened when you were using ATM and why you could not receive money. Like sometimes machine shows "your transaction is in process" for some time and after that, it shows "Time Out". In such a case, mention this reason only. If you are unable to write a proper letter, drop a message below. I shall provide you with proper text. Happy to help you.


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