If you are a Citibank credit cardholder, you may like to know about the various payment modes the bank offers to help their cardholders pay their credit card bill. Citibank allows their cardholders to pay their credit card bill on their official website, through netbanking, by cheque, by Demand Draft, or through BillDesk. These are only a few ways you can pay your Citibank credit card. If you want to know more about Citibank credit card bill payments, read on.
It is not mandatory to have a savings bank account with Citibank to get a credit card. If you hold a Citibank credit card but not a savings account with them, you can use your non-Citibank savings account to pay your Citibank credit card bill. You need netbanking access to transfer funds from your savings account to your Citibank credit card. You can transfer the funds through National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) option.
NEFT payments are cleared in batches and have time restrictions. Therefore, it is advised to use this fund transfer option only if you have ample time for the bill to be paid.
To pay your Citibank credit card bill through NEFT fund transfer option, follow the steps below:
You can also pay your Citibank credit card bill even if you do not hold a Citibank account through E-Pay. E-Pay payments will normally take 2 working days to be processed excluding saturdays and Sundays. Follow the below steps to pay your Citibank credit card bill through E-Pay:
BillDesk is one of the leading payment gateway providers in India. Through BillDesk, many people are able to pay their utility and credit card bills at ease within a few seconds. To pay your Citibank credit card bill through BillDesk, follow the below steps:
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