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  • How to Block Standard Chartered Credit Card

    Standard Chartered offers many ways by which you can block or hotlist your credit card in case of loss or theft. It is important that you immediately get in touch with Standard Chartered if your card is stolen or is lost to prevent any kind of unauthorised transactions.

    Block Standard Chartered Credit Card Through Net Banking

    You can block your credit card through the Standard Chartered net banking account. To do so, the below-mentioned steps need to be followed:

    • Log in to your net banking account with your credentials.
    • Select the option of ‘Help & Services’.
    • Go to the section of ‘Card Management’ and then select ‘Report Lost/Stolen Card’.
    • Once done, you will need to follow the instructions on the screen.
    • On completion, your credit card will be blocked and a replacement card will be sent to your registered mailing address.

    Through Mobile Application

    Standard Chartered also offers you an option of blocking your credit card through their mobile application. Here are the steps to be followed to do so:

    • Visit the mobile app and log in with your credentials.
    • Click on ‘Help & Services’.
    • Visit the section of ‘Card Management’ and click on ‘Report Lost/Stolen Card’.
    • After this, you will be required to follow the instructions which will be displayed on the screen.
    • Once done, the credit card will be blocked and a replacement will be sent to the registered mailing address.
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