How to Reactivate South Indian Bank Dormant Account?

When an account holder does not use his or her bank account for a long period of time. The banks change the status of the account. And the status I am talking about is dormant or inoperative. If your account has turned dormant. Then there is a way to get it back activated. In this guide, I will tell you how you can reactivate South Indian Bank dormant account.

There is no way you can do this online using your internet banking portal or the mobile banking app of your bank. The only way to do it is offline by personally visiting your home branch and submit an application letter. I have explained how you have to write the letter and to whom it should address.

The Proces to Reactivate South Indian Bank Dormant Account

Reactivate South Indian Bank Dormant Account

Follow the instructions given below to reactivate your account.

Steps to Reactivate South Indian Bank Dormant Account:
  1. Take a sheet of paper.
  2. Start writing an application letter.
  3. The letter should address the branch manager of your South Indian Bank home branch.
  4. The subject of the letter should be “Request to Reactivate Dormant Account”.
  5. In the body part of the letter, you have to explain that you want your bank account back. And tell that you won’t leave it unused or unattended henceforth.
  6. Further, mention your name and your bank account number.
  7. Choose any of your identity proof documents and get a clear photocopy of the same.
  8. Make your signature on the photocopy to make it self-attested and attach it with your application letter.
  9. Visit your South Indian Bank’s home branch and submit the application letter to the bank officials.


While your visit to the home branch make sure you carry the original copy of your identity proof document with you. The bank will not ask you to submit it. But you will have to show it for the purpose of verification. It will be easier if you also carry your bank passbook. For more information, you can call the customer care of the bank on 1800 425 1809. (toll-free number)