Maintaining minimum balance became a rupture for every bank account holders in India. One of the most difficult tasks is to maintain a minimum balance in the bank. For instance, nowadays, banks are at least keeping a limit of Rs 10,000 per account to maintain. Mostly, people who invest and are not earning enough to maintain the minimum balance limit set by the bank suffer the consequences, that is they have to pay a penalty for not maintaining the minimum balance.
Now a fan’s reply in Twitter regarding the same to the official twitter account of State Bank of India is the trending topic now. The verified twitter account SBI-Card enjoys more than two lakhs of followers. As usual, a particular question which is trending in twitter was asked by SBI-Card account as well. It asked “What should be illegal but isn’t?” to its followers.
Check out their tweet below :
What should be illegal but isn’t?— SBI Card (@SBICard_Connect) February 19, 2020
This tweet received many reactions from its followers but one particular comment from one Arif Iqbal is trending in the micro blogging social media site. “Charging a poor account holder for not maintaining minimum balance.” the reply tweet of the user read.
Here’s his reply tweet :
Charging a poor account holder for not maintaining minimum balance.— Arif Iqbal (@TheAdvIqbal) February 20, 2020
To this tweet SBI replied by writing “For banking related queries/feedbacks, please contact SBI Branch. You can get in touch with them through their Twitter handle @TheOfficialSBI or their website”
This reply from the user received extremely positive response by the fellow twitter users of Arif Iqbal. Followed by this many other people also replied with various answers to the question shot by SBI. Most them replied, in a way of mocking SBI itself
Check out some of their reactions here :
Playing solitaire during work hours.— That Goan Guy (@schmmuck) February 20, 2020
Sending ur customers to different counters for a 5 min work https://t.co/XK6KBWL0IJ— Cycle Chain Sankar (@dakuwithchaku) February 21, 2020
Lunch time from 11:00 to 4:30 https://t.co/JNPvayU6mH— Vaani (@rantquinn) February 21, 2020
Saying “Go to that counter” after you’ve been in line for over an hour https://t.co/lEswr2MBW9— Adwait Kolwalkar (@chaihoestan) February 21, 2020
Banking with you. https://t.co/9eC2DrvUdN— Dh (@_xLNc) February 21, 2020
Lunch at 11:30 am— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) February 20, 2020
Compelling someone to save in bank and charging for services— Keshav Ram (@keshavkaviti) February 20, 2020
Comment your views on these reactions !!