Watch Video – How To Reload Syndicate Bank FASTag Online ?

Learn in few easy steps to recharge/reload the FASTags by Syndicate Bank Online. The reloading of FASTag prepaid wallet account can be done through online portal. The online customer portal for recharge and viewing the transaction history is being provided by Syndicate Bank to all its FASTag’s customer.

Features of Synd FASTag Customer Portal of Syndicate Bank

Following are the features of Syndicate Bank FASTag Customer Portal.

  1. Easy interface with enahanced security as Mobile Number is treated as user id and OTP will be acted as password.
  2. Customer can view their all previous transactions, recharges etc online or via  export facility to excel or pdf format.
  3. Customer are given option through self registration portal to Block /Un block their active FASTags any time and anywhere
  4. Customer can recharge or issue the FASTag Monthly Pass.
  5. Customer may reload/recharge their FASTag using Payment Gateways or Internet Banking facility

Click – Syndicate Bank Fastags – Complete Details, How To Buy ?

How To Reload/Recharge the Synd FASTag of Syndicate Bank ?

Follow the step by step guidelines for recharging the FASTag of Syndicate Bank online through FASTag portal.

  1. Visit Syndicate Bank FASTag link here
  2. Click on CUSTOMER LOGIN box or Click here for direct link
  3. Enter your registered mobile number with issued FASTag
  4. An OTP will be sent on your registered Mobile Number
  5. Enter the four digit OTP in the password field.
  6. A Customer Portal Dashboard screen will appeared post successful validation of OTP
  7. Click on the first TAB ‘RELOAD’
  8. Enter the recharge amount
  9. Choose the paytment option “Internet Banking” or “Payment Gateway”. Note – Internet Banking is only for Syndicate Bank’s customer
  10. Provide your credentials, post successful validation by respective banks, a payment receipt will be generated.

Read – How To Issue Fastag Monthly Pass Online ?

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