Bank of Maharashtra issues credit cards in association with the State Bank of India. Bank of Maharashtra credit cardholders have a lot of online and offline options for paying their outstanding card bills. People can also pay their credit card bills using accounts they hold with other banks. Apart from the above, cardholders get reminders from the bank about their credit card payment due date. The State Bank of India also sends alerts to its cardholders informing them about their card details through SMS.
Bank of Maharashtra credit cardholders can use the PAYNET – Pay Online service to pay their credit card bills every month. To pay the bills using PAYNET, cardholders have to first open PAYNET – Pay Online and enter details such as their credit card number, phone number, amount to be paid and their email id. They have to then select ‘Net Banking’ and the account through which they wish to make the payment. On selecting, they will be directed to the payment interface of their bank, where they have to login using their net banking ID and password. Once they have logged in, they have to confirm the amount they wish to pay. The money will be deducted from their bank account and cardholders will receive a Transaction Reference Number and an email acknowledging the transaction. This payment will be reflected in their Bank of Maharashtra credit card within 2 working days.
Visa Credit Card Pay allows Bank of Maharashtra – SBI VISA credit card holders to pay their bills through their bank’s net banking facility at any time convenient for them. To pay the bills using this service, cardholders have to follow the steps below –
Credit Cardholders of Bank of Maharashtra can use the NEFT service to make secure payments of their outstanding credit card bills. To use the service, they have to follow the steps mentioned below –
Credit card holders of Bank of Maharashtra are allowed to make their credit card bill payments via cash at any branch of the State Bank of India as the credit cards are issued by the bank in association with SBI. To make the cash payment, they have to visit the branch nearest to them and fill up the pay- in slip that can be found at the information desk. They have to submit it to the teller at the counter and collect the payment receipt.
Bank of Maharashtra – SBI credit cardholders can pay their monthly credit card bills using cash at any Easy Bill Outlet nearest to them. They have to go to the Outlet, give their credit card number, contact number and mention the amount that they wish to pay. After this, they have to pay the cash and collect the receipt. This payment will be reflected within 3 working days in their credit card account.
Credit cardholders of Bank of Maharashtra can pay their card bills via cheques as well. To pay the bill, they can drop the cheque in any SBI Drop Box. On the cheque they have to mention their 16 digit credit card number (SBI Card No. XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX) in the Payee name section. They have to mention their name and number on the back of the cheque. Once they drop the cheque, it will take 4 days for the payment to reflect on your credit card.
The credit card holders will get an e- statement every month on their email, which will contain details about all the activities related to their credit card. They can check their credit card statement on their bank’s net banking account as well. Apart from this, they can get a duplicate credit card statement whenever they require it from the bank. The State Bank of India also has an SMS service called SBI Card Alerts, through which they send all the card related information via SMS to the credit cardholders.
No, you are not allowed to drop cash in the SBI Drop Box.
To locate the nearest SBI Drop Box, you have to send an SMS on 56767 mentioning your area’s Pin Code.
To get more details about Bank of Maharashtra credit card payment process, please contact Bank of Maharashtra or visit their website.
The service charge of Easy Bill Outlets differ depending on the amount of payment you have to make. They charge Rs.15 for an amount of up to Rs.5000 and Rs.25 for an amount that is more than Rs.5000.
At the Easy Bill Outlet, you have to pay the credit card bill amount to the Easy Bill Merchant.