If salary is crediting in your SBI account for Three consecutive months, then you can request your bank to convert your SBI normal savings bank account to a salary account for some additional benefits.
Here you can find sample letter formats, to convert your SBI savings bank acocunt to salary account, and you have to submit this letter directly to your bank.
Letter to Convert SBI Savings Account to Salary Account (Format 1)
Sub: Regarding conversion to account.
I am a savings bank account holder of your bank with bank a/c no 3123456784. Recently I have been employed by ABC Pvt Ltd and they have a collaboration with your bank and providing salary accounts to their employees.
Hence I am also one of the employees of that company I would like to convert my savings account to a salary account, so kindly convert my account to a salary account.
Letter to Convert SBI Savings Account to Salary Account (Format 2)
The Bank Manager,
State Bank of India,
Sub: Savings to salary account conversion – Regarding.
I, your name, the savings account holder of your bank, and my account number is 2145658XX25. This letter is regarding the conversion of my savings bank account to the salary account.
I am an employee of XYZ Pvt ltd, and my salary is crediting in your bank continuously for the last 3 months, So I am requesting you to please convert my savings bank account to a salary account.
Please do the needful.
Can I convert my savings bank account to salary account in SBI?
Yes, you can convert. If your salary credits in your SBI bank account then you can request the bank to convert your normal savings account to salary account.
How to open salary account in SBI?
If you don’t have SBI account yet, then you can contact the branch directly to open a salary account or you can also take your employer’s help to open a salary account for you.
What are the benefits of SBI salary account?
You don’t need to maintain any minimum balance if you are an SBI salary account holder. There are some other benefits as well like free debit cards, and some group insurance schemes depending on your company policy with the State Bank of India.