Standard Chartered credit cardholders can pay their credit card bills through various payment modes offered by the bank. Cardholders can choose to either go online and make the payment or pay it offline through cheque or Demand Draft by visiting a Standard Chartered Bank branch.
You can pay your Standard Chartered credit card bill using any of your savings netbanking accounts through National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) or Immediate Payment Service (IMPS). You can set-up standing instructions for the funds to be auto-debited or transfer the funds manually. You will be asked to register your Standard Chartered credit card before you use the NEFT or IMPS facility.
NEFT transfers are cleared out in batches once in the morning and once in the evening. If you initiate a payment after the NEFT working hours, it will be credited to the beneficiary’s account the next working day. Therefore, NEFT payments are encouraged only if you have time and you are not missing the due date. To pay your Standard Chartered credit card bill through NEFT option, follow the below process:
Standard Chartered Bank does not allow their cardholders to pay their bill through IMPS. However, cardholders can use other alternatives such as:
BillDesk is one of the leading online payment gateway providers in India. You can use BillDesk to pay all your utility bills and credit card bills. To pay your Standard Chartered credit card bill through BillDesk, follow the below steps:
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