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  • Corporation Bank Credit Card Bill Payment

    If you are not sure how to pay your Corporation Bank credit card bills, you might miss out on the payments and hence incur late payment fees. To save its customer from such hassles, Corporation Bank has both offline and online methods of making credit card bill payments.

    Corporation Bank Credit Card Bill Payment Methods

    Online methods Offline methods

    Net banking

    ATM transfer

    Mobile banking

    Cash Payment


    Auto Debit Facility - Standing Instruction


    By Draft or Cheque

    Corporation Bank Credit Card Bill Payment - Online Methods

    Offline Methods To Pay Corporation Bank Credit Card Bill

    • ATM Transfer

      ATM transfer can be availed for Visa variants of Corporation Bank credit cards. This Visa Money Transfer is a convenient and safe option through which you can pay your credit card bills.

      To pay your credit card bill, walk into any Corporation Bank ATM in India and do the following:

      • On the main screen, choose the 'LIC/Tax Payments & others' option.
      • On the next screen, choose 'VISA Credit Card Bill Payment'.
      • Enter your 16-digit credit card number.
      • Enter the amount that you want to pay.
      • If there are multiple accounts linked to the card, select the account which should be debited.
      • Once the transaction is done, your account will be debited online and the funds will be transferred within 2-3 working days.
      • The minimum and the maximum amount that can be transferred using this facility is Rs.100 and Rs.25,000 respectively.
    • Through Cash Payment:
      • You can make cash payments at any of the CBS branches towards your Corp Bank Credit Card dues.
      • You can visit the nearest physical branch to make a cash payment that amounts to your credit card due.
    • Auto Debit Facility - Standing Instruction:
      • If you have an account with Corporation Bank, you can set a standing instruction wherein the amount, either the total amount due or the minimum amount due, will be transferred to your credit card account on the due date.
      • You can give standing instruction to auto-debit the minimum due or total due as per your convenience.
    • By Draft Or Cheque:

      You can also make a cheque payment or a draft payment favouring Corp Bank International Credit card, mentioning the card number.

      • The cheque or draft can be deposited in any of the Corporation Bank branches.
      • While making a cheque deposit, the customer must also mention the mobile number at the back side of challan and cheque.

    Corporation Bank Credit Card Statement

    A credit card statement is a summary of all transactions made via your credit card for the past month. Your Corporation Bank credit card statement helps you to keep track of your transactions. So, if you every comes across any fraudulent transaction, you should immediately report this to the bank.

    Benefits of the Corporation Bank Credit Card Statement

    • Your Corporation Bank credit card statement is free.
    • The statement allows you to easily assess and look through all your credit card transactions.
    • Corporation Bank credit card statements has information on new products and services.

    Get Your Corporation Bank Credit Card Statement

    You can always request the bank to send an online credit card statements via the net banking portal. After the request has been sent, you will no longer get hard copies, and will your statement via email.

    Resolving Errors in Your Corporation Bank Credit Card Statement

    Make sure to let the bank know immediately when you find any error in your Corporation Bank credit card statement. Keep in mind that you can avoid going through the bank and also contact the merchant for the same, asking them to look into the transaction. You need to report the transactions to the bank within 60 days of having received your Corporation Bank credit card statement.

    FAQs on Corporation Bank Credit Card Bill Payment

    1. How do I know the minimum amount due on my Corporation Bank credit card?
    2. You can refer to your monthly credit card statement to get information on the minimum amount due, the total amount due, and the payment due date.

    3. How do I know if my Corporation Bank credit card payment is acknowledged?
    4. Payments made towards Corporation Bank credit card outstanding are acknowledged in the statements for the subsequent month. The payment received against the credit card outstanding will be adjusted against fees, charges, cash advances, taxes, and purchases.

    5. I have made a payment towards my Corporation Bank credit card outstanding which still has not reflected in my account. What should I do?
    6. If the payment has not been acknowledged in the subsequent statement or has not reflected in the account, you can get in touch with Corporation Bank through the 24/7 helpline or email to address your grievances.

      However, it is suggested that you wait for at least 7 working days before you can see the change in the account since different credit card bill payment methods take different time.

    7. What will happen if I fail to make the credit card bill payment by the due date?
    8. In case of default, you would be sent frequent reminders via post, telephone, SMS and fax. You will incur penalty charges for missing the due date and interest might accumulate. If you constantly fail to pay the dues, your credit card account might be terminated.

    9. Will I incur any charges if I place a request to receive the credit card statement through courier?
    10. Yes, you will have to pay a nominal charge of Rs.100 if you wish to receive the statement via courier. Normally, the statement will be sent to you through post or email.

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