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Letter from Bank to Customs department providing AD Code for customer

AD code is the short for Authorised Dealer code. AD code is allotted by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to banks for each of its branch in which remittances for exports are received or proposed to be received.

During the filing of shipping bill with customs office, organisations are required to mention the AD code of the bank's branch where they have an account and where the export remittances are going to be received.


In case, a customer has requested for issue of AD code for registration with Customs department because of some export of goods or other purposes, the bank has to issue the letter at the earliest possible.

The banker has to follow the format prescribed by the bank or the format given by the customer, which would cover all the required information needed to be provided in the letter.

The said letter from bank could be as per the format given hereunder.

FORMAT

Ref: .........................
Date: .......................

To,
The Dy. Commissioner of Customs
Exports Department
Board of Customs and Excise
(Address)

Sub.: AD code information for (Full Company Name)

Dear Sir/Madam,

This is to certify that ...(Company Name)... is maintaining a current account bearing number ........................., in our bank at ...........branch, ............. As per our records, the registered address of ...(Company Name) is at ........................................................... and their Importer Exporter Code (IEC) is ............................. .

Kindly note the following details of our bank:

Authorised Dealer (AD) Code: ........................ (This AD code is for the bank's .........branch at ..............)
Bank Address: ........................ ........................ ........................
IFSC: ........................
Tel No. ........................

This letter is issued upon the request of ...(Company Name)... for the purpose of registration with regard to export of their goods. The information provided herein above is solely for the purpose of information only without taking any responsibility on the part of the bank on behalf of the customer or any related party therein.

Yours faithfully,

  (sign)

(Name of the Bank Officer)
(Name of the Bank)

Comments

  1. sitaram roy7/03/2018

    I am a banker and I know the importance of drafting a proper letter from banker's point of view to customer satisfaction and any other legal angle. This format is about good enough I would say. Thanks!

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  2. Vinod Solanki8/29/2018

    Yes, good format. Thanks. Covers all the points. Was helpful for me too in drafting the letter.

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  3. Anonymous10/08/2018

    Thank you sir

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