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PNB ATM PIN Generation

PNB Green PIN

Last Updated 11th Jun 2021
  • Green PIN refers to the new way of generating the PNB ATM PIN.
  • The process of PIN generation has become easier and secured with Green PIN.
  • Individual can generate the PNB Debit card PIN by visiting the nearest ATM, by sending an SMS, calling the PNB customer care or via internet banking.
  • PIN keeps PNB account holders amount securely as all online transactions and withdrawals are made using 4 digit PIN.
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How to Generate an PNB ATM PIN?

PNB earlier used to send the PIN mailers which used to conceal the PIN with scratch panels with debit and credit cards to its customers. PNB replaced this traditional method with a new one known as Green PIN, which has made the PIN generation process or changing the existing PIN more convenient and straightforward for the customers. In addition to this, this process reduces security concerns and promotes digital banking. Thus, the PIN generation process becomes essential.

Ways for PNB PIN Generation

PNB provides the customers with a facility to generate the PNB PIN on their own within minutes. There are simpler and convenient processes to create the PIN using the ATM, internet banking, sending SMS and calling the PNB customer care.

How to generate PNB Debit Card PIN at PNB ATM?

Individuals can change and generate the PNB Debit card PIN by visiting the nearest PNB ATMs. the process for generating the PIN is as follow:

  • Visit the nearest PNB ATM and Insert the debit card in the ATM
  • Select 'PIN Generation' option
  • You will be required to enter your 11-digit account number. Enter the same and click 'Confirm'.
  • Then enter the registered mobile number, and press 'Confirm'.
  • Then the screen will display 'Your green PIN will be shortly delivered to your registered mobile number'.
  • Press 'Confirm' to see another message 'Your Green PIN generation has been successful, and you will receive the same on your mobile number'.
  • You will then receive a message on your number with OTP or the green PIN.
  • Within 2 days, you are required to visit any PNB ATM and select the 'Banking>PIN Change' option and enter the OTP received on the registered mobile number when the ATM asks to enter the PNB ATM PIN. Then, change the PNB ATM PIN.

PNB PIN Generation by SMS

Account-holders are also provided with an option to change the Green PIN by sending the message from the registered mobile number.

  • Send an SMS using your registered mobile number in the format PIN ABCD EFGH.
  • Here, ABCD means the last four digits of the PNB ATM card while EFGH means the last four digits of PNB Account Number.
  • Once the SMS is sent, you will receive a One Time Password to the registered number. The OTP will be valid for two days and should be used to generate debit card PIN by visiting nearest PNB ATMs.

PNB ATM PIN by Calling PNB Customer Care

Customers can also generate an ATM PIN by calling PNB customer care. Steps are as follows:

  • Using the registered number, Call PNB toll free customer care.
  • Select the preferred language and follow the instructions and select the 'ATM and Prepaid Card Services' option.
  • Select the option to generate Green PIN.
  • You will be required to enter your debit card number. Enter the same and confirm.
  • You will be required to enter the account number linked to the debit card, enter the same and confirm
  • Once you confirm all the details, you will receive an SMS with OTP in your registered number which will be valid for two days, during which you can visit the nearest PNB ATMs to generate your debit card PIN.

PNB ATM Card PIN Generation Online using Internet Banking

Steps for generating the PNB PIN online using internet banking are as follow:

  • Log in to your net banking using the credentials.
  • From the main menu, select the option of Card Pin.
  • Click on Generate PIN on Debit Card PIN section.
  • Select the debit card and enter your 16 digit number with CVV code,
  • Enter the grid number printed at the back of the card and Generate OTP.
  • Enter the 4 digit OTP you received on your registered mobile number and Submit.
  • Type the new PIN. You will receive confirmation of PIN generation on the display of net banking, on your registered mobile number and your registered email ID.

How to Forgot and Change PNB ATM PIN?

Customers are also provided with an option to change the PNB ATM PIN. They can change the PIN by multiple ways like visiting the nearest ATM, sending an SMS, calling the customer care or by internet banking. The steps to change the PNB ATM PIN are similar to the process of generating the PNB ATM PIN.

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FAQs

How can I generate my PNB ATM PIN ?

You can generate your PNB ATM PIN by visiting the nearest ATM, sending an SMS, calling the customer care or by internet banking.

How can I change my PNB ATM PIN online?

Customers are also provided with an option to change the PNB ATM PIN. They can change the PIN by multiple ways like visiting the nearest ATM, sending an SMS, calling the customer care or by internet banking.

Can I generate PNB ATM PIN online?

Yes, customers are also provided with an option to change the PNB ATM PIN online by internet banking.

How can I generate my PNB ATM PIN by mobile?

You can generate the PNB PIN using the mobile by either sending the SMS or by calling the customer care. You can also use your net banking or mobile app to generate ATM PIN.

What is the ATM PIN?

Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a 4-digit number which allows you to access your account information and perform other activities using an ATM.


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