Syndicate Bank Net Banking


Syndicate Bank Net Banking Process

This article is updated after merger of Syndicate Bank in Canara Bank.

Syndicate Bank has been merged into Canara Bank and its net banking services are not in use. If you were using internet banking facility of erstwhile Syndicate (eSyndicate) Bank; you do not need to register again for Internet Banking services. You can login into Canara Bank internet banking by using your existing eSyndicate User ID and Login/Transaction password.

Please note that after migration your Account number will remain same but Customer ID, branch IFSC and MICR codes will be changed. So, in case, if you were using your eSyndicate Bank Customer ID as your User ID to login into eSyndicate Internet Banking, then you should use the same to login into Canara Bank Internet Banking system, and not the new Customer ID.

You may follow the link below to login to Canara Bank Internet Banking system. If you are still facing problem in login to your internet banking account using Canara Bank you may get help using the process below:

Visit Canara Bank net banking website.

On the Login page, click on the link for Guide to e-Syndicate customers under Important section to get the information related to change in your Customer ID and login instructions.

If you had never used net banking facility of eSyndicate Bank earlier, now you can register for Canara Bank net banking services online and activate your account.

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New IFSC codes of erstwhile Syndicate Bank branches

As a merger of Syndicate Bank into Canara Bank, post data migration IFSC codes of your branch will also change. The updated IFSC codes can be obtained by entering old IFSC of your bank branch.

In case of further clarifications/queries, you may contact the Bank through toll-free numbers 1800 425 0018 (Canara Bank) or 1800 208 3333 / 1800 3011 3333 (eSyndicate Bank).

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