How to find out the personal account of Sberbank?
Each plastic card is tied to a specific personal account, and it is on it that all funds of a bank customer are kept. Some owners of such cards never even think about what the account number is for and where you can find it. Others need it almost daily for various operations. There are three main ways to find out the personal account of Sberbank. But first you need to talk about why this account is needed.
What is a personal account
A personal account is a special combination of numbers to which a plastic card is attached. Each card, regardless of whether it is debit or credit, has its own number. It is on this personal account that all funds are transferred, and they are stored on it.
Some Sberbank clients mistakenly believe that this number is printed on the front of the card. In fact, this is not the account number, but the number of the card itself. You will find information about it in our article - How to find out the card account number.And the number of the personal account is printed on the envelope, which is issued to the client at the bank when opening the account.
How to find out the personal account in Sberbank
There are three main ways to find out the account number:
- The easiest way is to find the envelope of the bank and see the account number on it. It is printed on the front side and consists of 16 numbers. But this option is suitable only in cases where the envelope is at hand.
- You can try to find this number in the network. Thus, the Sberbank online service allows you to find out your personal account within a few minutes. However, for this you need to be already a registered user in the system.
- And the third option is to call the bank help desk or contact the nearest branch in person. In the first case, Sberbank will allow to know the card's personal account only if you remember a special code word or a combination of numbers that you called at the time of writing the application for card issue. When a personal visit to the bank code word is not needed.
Sometimes for making transfers or other transactions it is required to know the details of the bank itself.