DOPBNK bank is the first 100% equity Government bank in India. More than 650+ branches are already working across India. The full form of DOPBNK is Department of Post Bank.
List of Contents
- 1 DOPBNK full form (Bank full name)
- 2 Which Bank is known as DOPBNK Bank
- 3 DOPBNK Messages, SMS and IDs
- 4 DOPBANK Sample Message
- 5 list of DOPBNK IDs (Updated)
- 6 DOPBNK IFSC Code
- 7 Why people are getting DOPBNK messages?
- 8 How to withdraw money from DOPBNK account?
- 9 01. By visiting nearest post office.
- 10 02. By using IPPB Mobile Banking App and ATM
- 11 Step-1 Transfer money from DOPBNK to Another SBI Bank Account.
- 12 Step-2 Withdraw money from SBI ATM
- 13 03. By using UPI Apps (Paytm, Google Pay, Phone Pe)
- 14 FAQs
- 15 Question 01- What is the full form of DOPBNK?
- 16 Question 02- Why am I getting messages from DOPBNK?
- 17 Question 03- Is there any DOP bank?
- 18 Question 04- What is VM-DOPBNK?
- 19 Question 05- What is the full form of VM-DOPBNK?
- 20 Question 06- Which bank is sending DOPBNK SMS?
- 21 Question 07- BV-DOPBNK means what?
There are many banks working in India. Out of which DOPBNK is the most popular bank controlled by the Indian Government.
DOP Bank works under the Department of Posts, Ministry of Communication, Government of India. When people received messages from DOPBNK bank then people came to know about this bank.
Know here what is the DOPBNK full form, which bank is known as DOP bank, why people are getting DOPBNK messages. DOPBNK message is legal or fraud.
DOPBNK full form (Bank full name)
The full form of DOPBNK is the Department of Post Bank. Department of Post Bank sends DOPBNK messages to their customer through various IDs. Department of Post Bank is established in India in the year 2017. 100% equity of this bank is owed by the Government of India.
Presently more than 650 branches of this bank are working in India. Apart from these branches, 1,36,078 post offices are also providing DOPBANK services in rural and urban areas across India.
|Name of the Bank||DOPBNK|
|DOPBNK full form||Department of Post Bank|
|Established in the year||2017|
|Sector||100% Government Bank|
|Head Office||India Post Payments Bank Ltd.|
2nd Floor, Speed Post Center
Bhai Vir Singh Marg
Gole Market, New Delhi – 110001
Telephone NO. 011-23362148
Email ID: [email protected]
|Visit Home Page||Home|
Which Bank is known as DOPBNK Bank
India Post Payments Bank is known as DOPBNK bank. The short form of India Post Payments Bank is IPPB. The bank offers paperless account opening facility. Account can be opened online through Aadhar card and Pan Card.
A Mobile application of DOP Bank is also available on Google Play Store and App Store, which can be downloaded in mobile from below links-
Watch the video given below to know the step-by-step process of opening an online account with DOPBNK Bank.
DOPBNK Messages, SMS and IDs
Messages received from the DOPBNK bank are known as DOPBNK messages. These messages are completely safe and legal because these messages are sent by DOP Bank i.e. India Post Payment Bank.
A DOPBANK message contains information related to DOPBANK account, transactional detail, and much more. Check sample of DOPBNK message here.
DOPBANK Sample Message
A sample message received from Department of Post Bank is providing here to identify DOPBNK message.
Account no. XXXXXXXX2000 Credit with amount Rs. 20000.00 on 01.12.2022. Balance: Rs. 250000.00 [IN259855]
If you are receiving messages in the above format, you can identify these are DOPBNK messages which is not illigal.
list of DOPBNK IDs (Updated)
The Department of Post Bank uses various type of IDs to send messages. A list of all IDs of DOPBANK are as under-
DOPBNK IFSC Code
The IFSC Code of DOPBNK is IPOS0000001. IPOS0000001 is the only IFSC Code of DOPBANK which will be applicable to all branches.
|DOPBNK IFSC Code list State wise||IFSC Code of the State/city|
|IFSC Code Delhi||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Telangana||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code UP||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Ranchi||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Jharkhand||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Ajmer||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Bikaner||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Mumbai||IPOS0000001|
|IFSC Code Bihar||IPOS0000001|
Why people are getting DOPBNK messages?
No doubt, DOPBNK messages are genuine. So, don’t worry about it if you are receiving these messages. It is 100% genuine and original.
Many people are getting these messages on their mobile phone number. They want to know why they are getting such messages, Are DOPBANK messages fraud or genuine or fake?
As we know India Post Payments Bank is DOP BNK which sends these messages to customers on regular basis. People who have one of the accounts listed below receive these messages-
- IPPB Account
- POSB Account (Post Office Savings Bank Account)
- Post Office PPF Account (Public Provident Fund)
- Post Office Sukanya Samriddhi Account
- Post Office MIS Account
- Post Office SCSS Account (Senior Citizen Savings Scheme)
- Post Office RD Account (Recurring Deposit)
- Post Office FD Account (Fixed Deposit)
- Post Office KVP Account (Kisan Vikas Patra Account)
- Post Office NSC Account (National Savings Certificate)
Whenever people deposit money or withdraw money in these accounts, then the Bank sent DOPBNK message on their mobile phone number.
If you are also getting this type of SMS, it means that you have one of the accounts listed above.
How to withdraw money from DOPBNK account?
There are multiple ways to withdraw money from DOPBANK account. These are as under-
- By visiting nearest post office.
- By using IPPB Mobile Banking App.
- By using UPI Apps (Paytm, Google Pay, Phone Pe)
01. By visiting nearest post office.
First of all, you have to visit nearest post office. Find your nearest post office from here. Ask to post office staff that you want to withdraw money from your bank account.
They will ask to you bank account number. After finger print authorization, you will get requested money from post office. A confirmation SMS will also received from the DOPBNK Bank.
02. By using IPPB Mobile Banking App and ATM
India Post Payments Bank still not providing ATM facility to their customers. To withdraw money from your IPPB bank account, you have to follow below step-by-step procedure.
Step-1 Transfer money from DOPBNK to Another SBI Bank Account.
Make sure IPPB Mobile Banking is already installed on your mobile phone. If you don’t have this app then download it from the links mentioned above.
After installing this app register yourself by using CIF number and account number. Now login into IPPB mobile banking app through MPIN. Click on Fund Transfer option to transfer money to your SBI bank account using UPI ID or account number and IFSC code.
After successful fund transfer, money will be credited into your SBI Bank Account.
Step-2 Withdraw money from SBI ATM
Visit nearest ATM machine. Insert your SBI Bank ATM Card into machine. Follow the process shown on the ATM machine screen and withdraw money.
03. By using UPI Apps (Paytm, Google Pay, Phone Pe)
Various UPI Application also provide to withdraw money from DOPBNK account instantly.
First of all you have to link your DOP Bank account at any UPI App such as Paytm, Google Pay, Phone Pe.
After successful linking of account follow the procedure mentioned in above heading i.e. By using IPPB Mobile Banking App and ATM.
Question 01- What is the full form of DOPBNK?
Answer- The full form of DOPBNK is the Department of Post Bank.
Question 02- Why am I getting messages from DOPBNK?
Answer- When you do transaction (money withdraw or deposit) in your post office account, then you will receive SMS from DOPBNK containing transaction details.
Question 03- Is there any DOP bank?
DOPBNK is a messaging center developed by the Department of Post to manage SMS services.
Question 04- What is VM-DOPBNK?
Answer- VM-DOPBNK is a message sender ID of the Department of Post Bank.
Question 05- What is the full form of VM-DOPBNK?
Answer- The full form of VM-DOPBNK is VM-Department of Post Bank.
Question 06- Which bank is sending DOPBNK SMS?
Answer- The Department of Post Bank is sending DOBNK messages.
Question 07- BV-DOPBNK means what?
Answer- BV-DOPBNK means BV- Department of Post Bank.