Bank of India is one of the popular public sector banks in India providing its services with more than 5000 branches across India. It provides both online and offline services. In case if you transfer money from one account to another or any amount is debited automatically from your BOI account you will get one message which says the amount is debited with TRF written in the bracket. In this article, you will come to know What is the meaning of TRF in the Bank of India?
What is TRF Meaning in Bank of India
The full form of TRF in banking is “Transfer”. It means when you are transferring the amount from the BOI bank account to another BOI account, after the successful transaction you will get one message which says Rs. 500 (any amount) Debited (TRF) from your account number.
You will also see TRF in the message when the amount will deduct automatically from your bank account for any Insurance, Loan, EMI, etc.
TRF appears only when there is a transfer of amount or internet charge, SMS charge, etc. is done from your Bank of India account to another BOI account.
How to check TRF in Bank of India
If you have transferred the amount from your Bank of India account to another BOI account, you will get an SMS to your registered mobile number.
The SMS will have details like BOI -the amount Debited (TRF) in your account xxxxxx on 24-02-2019 (date you transfer money) and then it will show your available balance. check the message format below.
बीओआई – आपके खाता XX0123 से रु. 12.00 दिनांक 04-03-2019 को निकाले (ट्रांसफर) गये। कारण – BKID12345678900987654321 । उपलब्ध शेष राशि Bal Rs 988.00.
The word TRF is generally used by BOI in order to shorten the length of the text messages.
You have learned What is the meaning of TRF in the Bank of India, how you can check it. so from now on when you get any transaction message in BOI with TRF has written, do not worry, it is just a transfer done by you.
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TRF’s full form is “Transfer” in Banking.
No, When you will transfer the amount from one Bank of India account to another BOI account you will see TRF in your text messages received to your registered mobile number.
The transaction can include fund transfer, Loan, EMI, Insurance repayment, Internet recharge, SMS changes, etc.
So basically whatever the transaction is done in your BOI account you will get a TRF message to your registered mobile number.
TRF means “Transfer” of money between accounts.
It is because you might have transferred the funds from your BOI bank account to another BOI or any mobile recharge, DTH, Internet, etc.
If it is deducted without any valid reason you can contact BOI customer care.1800 22 0229.
There are no TRF charges in BOI. In fact, it’s not any service that the bank charges for, TRF is just a transfer short form.