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    TMB Credit Card Bill Payment

    Tamilnad Mercantile Bank (TMB) offers two credit cards - TMB Titanium Credit Card and TMB Platinum Credit Card. The Titanium Credit Card is an unsecured card that offers flexible credit limits, zero annual fee and joining fee and comes with an EMV chip. The Platinum Card, on the other hand, is a secured credit card, which is offered to TMB customers who have a term deposit of Rs.50,000 and above with the bank. Payments for these credit cards can be made using the following methods.

    TMB Credit Card Payment Offline:

    TMB offers two different methods to pay the credit card bills offline.

    1. By mailing a cheque or draft
    2. Through National Automated Clearing House (NACH) facility

    Let’s look at the two methods in detail.

    • TMB credit card payment through cheque/draft: TMB credit cardholders can write a cheque or draft favouring ‘TMB Card Number XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX’. That cheque should be sent to the mailing address present on the reverse side of TMB credit card statement.
    • Through NACH: The second method is the NACH facility, which saves the effort of issuing cheque every month towards the payment of the TMB credit card bill. Through the facility, cardholders can authorise TMB to deduct the amount, either total amount due or minimum amount due, directly from the savings or current bank account of another bank every month. The deducted amount will be credited to the credit card account on the payment due date.

    To avail the NACH facility, TMB cardholders need to fill the NACH form in which they will find an option to choose one of three payment options including minimum amount due, total amount due or fixed amount. The completed form should be sent to TMB Credit Cards division to activate the same.

    TMB Credit Card Statement:

    Tamilnad Mercantile Bank credit card statements are issued every month on a predetermined date. You will be notified of this date. In this statement, you can check the details of your transactions, charges and cash withdrawals. The statement will be sent via internet or mail. In case you do not receive a statement, you need to get in touch with TMB. The bank will arrange for this information to be communicated to you at the earliest so that the statement can be resent and you can make the payment on time. Upon informing the bank, they will highlight it as an exceptional case in case you missed the due date.

    About TMB Credit Card Statement: Tamilnad Mercantile Bank credit card statements are issued every month on a predetermined date. You will be notified of this date. In this statement, you can check the details of your transactions, charges and cash withdrawals. The statement will be sent via the internet or mail. In case you do not receive a statement, you need to get in touch with TMB. The bank will arrange for this information to be communicated to you at the earliest so that the statement can be resent and you can make the payment on time. Upon informing the bank, they will highlight it as an exceptional case in case you missed the due date.

    TMB Credit Card Bill Payment FAQs:

    1. What are the late payment charges on my TMB credit card?

    There are no charges levied by Tamilnad Mercantile Bank in case of late credit card payments.

    2. How will I receive my credit card statement?

    Your credit card statement will be sent through post every month. There is an option to receive this the statement via email or through Internet banking.

    3. What should I do if I have not received my credit card statement?

    You can call the TMB customer care service and inform them that you have not received your statement. You can also visit any TMB branch to inform them of the same. The bank will resend the statement, or give you the information you require to pay your credit card bill. TMB will also highlight your case as exceptional in case you are delayed in your credit card payment.

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