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How do I contact POSB Singapore?

How do I contact POSB Singapore?

Call our 24-Hour Phone Banking Service at 1800 111 1111 or +65 6327 2265.

Is POSB Hotline 24 hours overseas?

Phone us

DBS Phone Banking and General Enquiries 1800 111 1111
(65) 6327 2265 from overseas
8:00am to 12:00am Mon – Sun
POSB Phone Banking and General Enquiries 1800 339 6666
(65) 6339 6666 from overseas

How do I chat online with POSB?

For a start, customers can chat with POSB to enquire about the bank’s products and services via the AI-driven “POSB digibank Virtual Assistant”. Customers simply have to visit the POSB Facebook page and go directly to Facebook Messenger to access this service which is available round-the-clock.

What is the full form of POSB?

A. A POSB account is the Post Office Savings Account.

Is DBS Hotline 24 hours Singapore?

1800 339 6963
You may call our 24-hour Customer Service Centre at 1800 339 6963 or (65) 6339 6963 from overseas to register your dispute.

How do I open POSB iBanking?

You can register for iBanking via the following channels:

  1. Online at
  2. digibank mobile app by selecting on “Get Started”
  3. DBS/POSB Branches.
  4. Contact Centre at 1800 111 1111.

How do I contact DBS Singapore?

Phone us

  1. 1800 339 6963 (24 Hours)
  2. 1800 111 1111.
  3. 1800 339 6666.
  4. 1800 221 1111.
  5. 6333 0033.
  6. 1800 222 2200.

How old is PayNow?

16 years old
Your child must be below 16 years old. (If your child is 16 years old and above, your child can apply for their own internet banking account and register themselves for PayNow)

Who owns POSB Singapore?

DBS Bank

Type Subsidiary
Headquarters Singapore
Key people Peter Seah Lim Huat, Chairman Piyush Gupta, CEO
Products Financial services
Parent DBS Bank

Is POSB owned by the government?

In 1972, POSB was turned into a statutory corporation by the government to give the bank more management flexibility and financial freedom to improve bank operations. In 1990, the bank changed its name to POSBank. Eight years later, POSBank was acquired by the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS).

How do I speak to customer service at DBS Singapore?