What Is My SBI Credit Card Statement Password?

State Bank of India provides a wide range of credit card services to its account-holders. SBI sends credit card statements over Email every month after the bill is generated. SBI card statement is protected by password and one must remember the password to open the E-statement password. The article contains step by step method to see the credit card statement password and how to open an old E-statement. For any query or problem, the customers can also contact SBI customer care.

What is My SBI Credit Card Statement Password?

The latest format to open Credit Card Statement Password is mentioned below- 

The first eight eights of the password are the date of birth of the account-holder in DD/MM/YYYY format. And, the last four digits of the password are the SBI Card’s last four digits. 

For example, the date of birth of the account-holder is 6th May 1985 and the credit card’s last four digits are 9876 then the password to open the SBI card E-statement password will be 060519859876. 

How to Open Old SBI Card Statement

SBI’s previous format of password to open card statements is a 16-digit primary card number. 

How To Download SBI Credit Card Statement.

To download the SBI Card statement from the SBI application, doesn’t require a password. It can be accessed directly from the phone. 

PDF E-statement from SBI Card statement also does not require a password to open. 

Safety Measures to be taken while getting Credit Card’s Statement Password. 

  • Do not share E-statement with anyone. Password can be removed from the statement and can then be shared with others. 
  • Download SBI credit card E-statement from SBI official website or application. Do not open any suspicious mail asking to download the e-statement. 
  • Do not share OTP, CVV, or any card details if someone calls or sends any message asking for such details. 

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