Standard Chartered Bank offers various methods to pay your credit card dues. There are 4 options to make payments online. These methods are convenient and can be done from the comfort of your own home. You can also make payments from anywhere and on-the-go. Standard Chartered also offers payment modes that are offline.
You can pay by cash or cheque, or even opt for Electronic Clearing System (ECS). Standard Chartered abides by an internal policy of keeping your accounts in good credit standing. The bank will automatically proportion your payments to clear outstanding accounts unless you specify otherwise.
|Standard Chartered Credit Card Bill Payment - Online|
You Can pay Standard Chartered Credit Card Bill through following Online Methods:
NEFT / IBFT - You can make payments towards your credit card bill using the National Electronic Funds Transfer.
Online Banking - Login to your Standard Chartered Internet Banking account to make quick and easy payments. You can view your statement online and choose to pay the minimum amount due, the total amount or any amount of your choice.
VISA credit card payment - You can transfer funds from your Standard Chartered Bank account to any VISA credit card in India. The payment takes up to 3 working days.
Billdesk - Use Billdesk to make the payment on your credit card. Simply select your bank and card type. Enter your card number and the amount to be paid. You will be redirected to your bank’s payment interface. Authenticate the transactions and make the payment.
Your credit card statement is your bill for the month. Standard Chartered Bank will generate your statement on the billing date and mail it to your via post or email. In your statement, the transactions and charges will be indicated as per your activity on the card for that month. You can also view your credit limit, how much is used and what is available.
The statement will also indicate total amount due, your minimum amount due, payment due date and any other credit card related information. Ensure you view your credit card statement and make sure all transactions are correctly charged.
You can raise disputes for wrong charges. You can also view this statement in your Standard Chartered online banking account.
The Standard Chartered IFSC code for credit card payments is SCBL0036001. The address of the branch is MG Road, Mumbai.
The late payment charges are given below.
|Up to Rs. 500||Rs. 100|
|Rs. 501 and Rs. 5,000||Rs. 350|
|Rs. 5,001 and Rs. 10,000||Rs. 500|
|Above Rs. 10,000||Rs. 700|
There are no charges levied for paying your credit card bill using VISA Credit Card Payment.
The maximum limit you can transfer per transaction is Rs. 49,999. You can transfer up to Rs. 1 lakh per day. The minimum limit is Rs. 100.
This facility applies only if you hold multiple EMIs or with Standard Chartered credit cards. In case you have any amount due on one account, any payment you make towards other accounts will be distributed in such a way that the first account due is cleared. After your overdues are paid, the remainder will be allocated towards the payment of the other account. For example, you have Rs. 1,500 due on your Platinum credit card account, and you have missed the payment due date. You then make a payment of Rs. 10,000 towards a loan EMI that is due ten days later, the bank will allocate Rs. 1,500 towards your credit card first and clear that account so that your credit remains in good standing. Rs. 8,500 will then be paid towards your loan amount.
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