SBI: 7 Simple Steps on How to Delete beneficiary in SBI [Yono app]

Written by Sravan

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Is your State Bank of India (SBI) Bank account piled up with beneficiaries?
Is it hard to find regular beneficiaries among them every time?
Are your beneficiaries mostly one-timers?

In this article, we will see how to delete unwanted beneficiary from your SBI Yono app. Let’s see the process of deleting an added beneficiary through SBI Yono Mobile Banking.

Let’s get started in learning How to Delete beneficiary in SBI..!!

Step 1:

Firstly, Open the “Yono Lite SBI – Mobile Banking” app on your Android / IOS Mobile. Login into Yono SBI by entering your SBI Login Credentials like Username & Password.

Step 2:

Now to remove the beneficiary, firstly tap on the “Yono Pay” option.

And then tap on “Bank Account”.

Step 3:

Here it displays both “Other accounts” as well as “Own accounts”. You select any of the options to remove the beneficiary.

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Step 4:

Here, the Other accounts” means Other than SBI bank accounts like Axis Bank, Union Bank, HDFC etc., Whereas, “Own accounts” means SBI Bank accounts with different branches.

Step 5:

Then all the beneficiaries which have already been added will be displayed. Among them, select the unwanted beneficiary you don’t need to transfer money in the near future.

Now, tap on the “Delete box” which appears right next to the beneficiary name.

Step 6:

Now a confirmation message will be displayed saying that “Are you sure you want to delete the beneficiary”. Just tap on the “Ok” button to delete the beneficiary.

Step 7:

So, a message will be displayed as Beneficiary Successfully deleted, and Click the Ok button, the removed Beneficiary will be deleted instantly.

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Author is a Qualified CMA with rich industry experience for more than 6 years. He is an All India Ranker (AIR-101) in CMA and also a Semi-Qualified Chartered Accountant having a quite good experience in teaching the subjects of Accounting and Costing to the commerce aspirants.

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