Standard Chartered India online banking enables cardholders to perform a multitude of tasks from the comfort of their home or office, which range from requesting for a credit limit increase to notifying redemption of reward points. Additionally, the bank maintains a triple DES encryption enabled website to ensure maximum security of Standard Chartered India credit card payment online.
Standard Chartered India Credit Card Payment Online through Net Banking
Standard Chartered Net Banking enables one to manage multiple Standard Chartered accounts, including savings, current and credit cards, with one online account. Accountholders have to mail the completed online banking registration form to the bank to access Standard Chartered online banking and make an online card payment. This form can be obtained from any Standard Chartered branch or requested for through Standard Chartered phone banking/customer helpline.
On verifying the details of the form, Standard Chartered India will provide you with your unique online banking ID and password. Use these details to log into Standard Chartered India Internet banking. After logging into Standard Chartered online banking:
- Select ‘Payment and Transfers’ from the menu bar on the left of the screen.
- From the ‘Please Select’ drop-down menu, choose ‘Credit Card Payment’
- Enter your payment details, including account to be debited, credit card to be paid, and payment amount and date.
- Click on ‘Next’ and finally ‘Confirm’ payment.
Standard Chartered India Credit Card Payment Online with Visa Money Transfer
Standard Chartered India credit card holders without a Standard Chartered current or savings account can consider the Visa Money Transfer service for online credit card payment. This service enables one to transfer funds from any Visa card (credit or debit) to your Standard Chartered Visa credit card. To access Visa Money Transfer, simply log onto Standard Chartered India Net banking and add your Standard Chartered credit card as a beneficiary. Keep in mind that online payment towards a Standard Chartered MasterCard cannot be made with this service.
Finally, a Standard Chartered credit card holder can make an online payment towards the credit card bill through the National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT) facility. This service enables one to make a Standard Chartered credit card payment through any bank, by logging into the remitting bank’s Net banking. Thereafter, register the Standard Chartered credit card as a beneficiary and furnish the Standard Chartered IFSC code.
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