Pune: ICICI Bank has launched a service to facilitate collection of property tax for the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). This service enables anyone, including non-customers of ICICI Bank, to pay tax for property in Pune from any branch of ICICI Bank across the country. On submission of the property tax at the bank’s branch, tax payers will get a receipt of the payment. This will be directly updated on the server of the Property Tax Department of PMC subject to realisation of the payment.
The payment can be made by cash, cheque, demand draft or through a pay order. The tax payers do not have to pay any additional charges for availing this service.
Mr. Ravi Narayanan, Retail Business Head, West, ICICI Bank said, “We are delighted to be associated with Pune Municipal Corporation to extend our banking solutions to owners of properties in Pune. This service will enable customers as well as non-customers of the Bank to conveniently pay tax for their property in Pune from anywhere in the country through our wide network of over 4,100 branches. This service is in line with our endeavour to offer products and services to ensure a smoother banking experience to the users.”
Tax payers can check their outstanding property tax by logging on to http://propertytax.punecorporation.org/Prop_DuesDetails.aspx
ICICI Bank has 4156 branches and 13,372 ATMs in the country (as on December 31, 2015). It has 50 branches and over 620 ATMs across the twin cities of Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad.
In addition to branches and ATMs, the bank’s a multi-channel delivery network include call center, internet banking www.icicibank.com, mobile banking, banking on Facebook & Twitter as well as ‘Pockets’, its digital bank on mobile, Pockets.
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