DEA FUND Claim Procedure

Policy Guidelines On Inoperative Accounts (10 Years & Above)/ Unclaimed Deposits
  • As per DEA FUND guidelines, An Account Shall Be Classified As Inoperative Accounts (10 Years And Above) / Unclaimed Deposits If The Same Is Not Operated (Other Than Interest Credits And Service Charge Debits) For 10 Years And More From The Date Of Last Operation.
  • The Customer / Survivor / Legal Heir/Authorized Signatories, As The Case May Be, May Lodge A Claim For The Unclaimed Deposit to Activate The Account, As The Case May Be.
  • The claim process is as follows: -

    1. Claim by Self:Customer may visit the base branch of the Bank with the request letter (in the given format - Annexure 2) and submit valid proof of identity, address & latest photograph. On verification of the same branch shall convert account into Operative category and allow transactions in the account.
    2. Claim by Legal Heir / Nominee:For the claim process, the Legal Heir / Nominee can visit the base branch of the Bank and submit the required documents and has to comply with the claim settlement process of the Bank.
    3. Claim by Non-Individual:For claim of Non-Individual accounts, the customer needs to submit the Claim Form on the Company’s/ Firm’s / Institution’s letterhead duly signed by the authorized signatories along with their valid identity and address proofs. The customer may also be required to submit such other documents as may be requested by the Bank.

Click Here for the format of Claiming Amount Under Unclaimed Deposit/Inoperative Accounts.

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