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Digitally Signed Statement
Now you can receive statement by e-mail. A monthly statement will be sent to the e-mail id specified by you when there are transactions in your account. Otherwise, a quarterly statement will be sent. This is as per current NSDL guidelines. In addition, you will also receive the annual statement to assist you in filing income tax returns.
The e-mail statement will be authenticated by a digital signature obtained from a Certifying Authority under the Information Technology Act, 2000. This will allow you to verify that the statement is sent by ICICI Bank only and that the contents of the same have not been altered during transmission. Please note that the statements are sent via standard email and are therefore only as secure as standard email transmission through the Internet. Since the email transmission is not encrypted, it is not necessarily protected from unauthorised access. Click here to download verifying utility.
To subscribe for the facility or to update your email id, please complete and send " Subscription form for mobile alerts/ getting statements by e-mail " at the address specified in the form. You can also submit the same at your nearest ICICI Bank branch offering Demat Services.
It may be noted that on being registered for receiving statements by e-mail, the annual service charge is lower by Rs. 50/- per annum starting from when it is next due.
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