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- Bank 24x7 – anywhere, anytime
- One View account balance for CASA, Fixed Deposit & Loan Accounts
- Mini and Detail Statement Enquiry
- Issued Cheque Status
- Transfer funds online between your/third party accounts with TJSB Bank or any other bank account via RBI's NEFT system
- View Profile
- Shop online at over 1,200 websites; make utility bill payments and much more via Bill desk Payment Gateway
- Pay your utility bills and even pay your Direct taxes through BillPay
We recommend using TJSB Bank Internet banking on below Browsers
- IE 8 ( 256 Bit ) & 9
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox.
Please call up our customer care number 1800 223 466 / 1800 266 3466 or visit any of our TJSB Bank branch.
TJSB is EV-SSL Certified
Always check the 'padlock symbol' on the bottom right hand corner or address bar of webpage to ensure that you are connected to a secure session with TJSB Sahakari Bank Ltd. This is the Entrust security symbol and confirms that the site you are interacting with is secured and is https://www.tjsb.net.
Users of high-security browsers will see visual cues that are triggered by the presence of an (EV) SSL Certificate.
- Green tells you it’s safe and the site is legitimate.
- Red tells you to stop, usually because the site isn’t secure.
- To verify a site’s identity, the security status bar toggles between the business name and the organization that issued the EV Certificate, making it important to look for Entrust.
Extended Validation Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates are special SSL Certificates that work with high security Web browsers to clearly identify a Web site's organizational identity. Extended Validation (EV) helps you make sure a Web site is genuine and verified.
- Change your password periodically; at least once a month
- Always type the address of the bank website in the address bar of the browser to access your bank account
- Install reliable anti-virus software on your PC and ensure that it is updated regularly
- Never share your password with anyone
- Don't access the bank website from a link provided in an email or from any other source
- Avoid internet banking on PCs that are often used in public places
- Do not respond to phishing E-mails claiming to be from Reserve Bank of India.
A method of illegally capturing personal security data.
IMPORTANT: TJSB Sahakari Bank Ltd. does not ask for personal security details like your Internet banking or phone banking passwords on the email, phone or otherwise. Never disclose your passwords to anyone, even to the bank's staff. In case you get an email or a phone call asking your personal security details or a Bank staff approaches you to disclose your password, please report to us.
What is Vishing ?
- Vishing is a combination of the words voice and phishing. Vishing is very similar to phishing - the only difference is the technology.
- Phishing involves the use of emails to trick you into providing your personal details whereas vishing involves voice or telephone services. If you use a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone service, you are particularly vulnerable to a vishing scam.
- A typical vishing call involves a scammer, posing as an employee from your bank or another organisation, claiming to need your personal details. Scammers are very creative and they could tell you many different reasons why they need this information from you. Do not assume you won't be a target of a vishing scam.
- Regardless of the story you are told, the scammer will be aiming to convince you to divulge confidential personal and banking information, such as your PIN or password. Even if you use your telephone keypad or keyboard to type in your details, if you are on the line to a scammer, the scammer can record them.
What is Phishing?
- Phishing is a technique employed by scamsters to illegally procure personal information like account numbers, Internet banking user ids and passwords, etc.
- The most frequently used method is to send a spam email to a large database of email ids say, all gmail ids or all yahoo ids. The spam email is designed in such a way as to look exactly like an email sent by the targeted company / bank.
- The email simply asks the recipient to click on a link and enter their user id and password. Different techniques are used to lure the recipient to click on the link: validation of account information, threat of account suspension, etc.
- Never click on any such link and never enter your login id and password without verifying the authenticity of the web page.