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  • Karur Vysya Bank Credit Card Payment

    Karur Vysya Bank credit card bill payment

    Karur Vysya Bank has launched co-branded credit cards in association with State Bank of India (SBI). You can clear the outstanding balance on these credit cards through Karur Vysya Bank's payment modes or through SBI's payment channels.

    Karur Vysya Bank Credit Card Bill Payment Online

    • Internet banking
    • Auto debit

    Karur Vysya Bank Credit Card Bill Payment Offline

    • Cash
    • Cheque/draft

    Ways To Pay Your Card Bill Online

    If you want to clear your Karur Vysya Bank card dues in the comfort of your home, you can opt for the below online payment channels.

    Internet / Net Banking

    You can log in to your Karur Vysya Bank online banking portal to pay your card bills. You'll have to visit the bank's official website to initiate transactions.

    Auto Debit

    A predetermined amount will be debited from your savings or current account when you choose the auto debit facility. To activate this, you will have to share a written instruction with Karur Vysya Bank.

    Ways To Pay Your Card Bill Offline

    You can also pay off the outstanding balance on your card through offline modes. Karur Vysya Bank offers two methods you can choose from.


    You will have to visit your nearest Karur Vysya Bank branch, state your credit card number, and deposit the money for the payment.

    Cheque / Draft

    You will have to address the cheque or draft to your Karur Vysya Bank credit card, adding the 16-digit account number. Then, you will have to drop it in the collection box at any KVB ATM or branch.

    Karur Vysya Bank Credit Card Bill Payment Online Via SBI

    • NEFT
    • Paynet-Pay Online
    • Visa Credit Card Pay

    Ways To Pay Your Card Bill Online Via SBI

    Since Karur Vysya Bank offers cards in partnership with SBI, you can also use SBI's payment channels to clear your outstanding balance.


    NEFT is a quick and secure way of clearing your credit card bill. Here's how you can get started:

    • Log in to the net banking facility of your respective bank.
    • Go to the 'Third Party Transfer' section.
    • Add your KVB card as a beneficiary.
    • Enter the IFSC code SBIN00CARDS.
    • Add your 16-digit SBI card number in the account number field.
    • Add the bank name as SBI CREDIT CARD - NEFT.
    • Select the 'Submit' button to complete the registration process.

    It will take three business hours for the payment to reflect in your card account.

    Paynet-Pay Online

    This is another payment mode you can consider if you want to pay your bills easily.

    • Visit the Paynet-Pay Online portal.
    • Enter your credit card number, e-mail ID, mobile number, and the transaction amount.
    • Click on 'Net Banking'.
    • Select the bank amount the money has to debited from.
    • You will be redirected to your bank's payment interface.
    • Add the net banking authentication details like your user ID and password.
    • Confirm the amount that needs to be processed.
    • Your account will be debited, and you will receive a transaction confirmation online. You will also get a Transaction Reference Number.

    If you want to track your payment, follow the below steps:

    • Visit the Paynet-Pay Online portal.
    • Click the 'Track Status' tab.
    • Choose a date range to see what payments were made during that period.
    • Alternatively, you can also track the payment with the transaction ID.

    Visa Credit Card Pay

    You can use this payment channel to clear your Karur Vysya Bank Visa credit card bill. Let's see how you can clear your dues:

    • Visit your bank's net banking facility.
    • Enter your user ID and password to sign in.
    • Go to the 'Third Party Funds Transfer' section.
    • Select 'Visa Credit Card Pay'.
    • Add the sender and recipient details to begin the funds transfer process.
    • Once you have entered all the relevant details, select the 'Confirm' tab.
    • The amount will get automatically deducted from your bank account and will be transferred to your credit card.

    Do note that this payment will take three business days to reflect in your card account.

    Faqs On Karur Vysya Bank Credit Card Bill Payment

    1. How do I register for Karur Vysya Bank's internet banking facility?
    2. You will have to go to your home branch (where you've opened the account) and submit an application form to register for this facility. You will receive your login credentials to your communication address within five to seven working days.

    3. How do I activate my internet banking facility after receiving my login credentials?
    4. First, you will have to send an acknowledgement mail from your registered e-mail ID to It will take three working days for your customer ID to get activated. You will also receive a confirmation mail on your registered e-mail address.

    5. Whom should I contact for any credit card queries?
    6. You can call Karur Vysya Bank's helpline number 1860 200 1916 (domestic) or +91 44 - 30721916 (outside India). You can also visit any of the branches.

    7. Is it possible to pay my credit card bill at an ATM with cash?
    8. No. However, you can visit the nearest Karur Vysya Bank branch and pay your bill with cash. You will have to quote your credit card number to process the payment. Alternatively, you can use the online payment modes to clear your dues as well.

    9. Will I be charged any fees for cash payments?
    10. Yes. Any cash payment made at KVB branches will attract a processing fee of Rs.100.

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