Credit Card Bill Payment
Banks communicate the total bill amount, minimum bill amount and due date over email, SMS and also through physical statement for some users. Please refer the same for details.
Yes, you can pay the credit card bill by adding their credit card numbers to the credit card bill payment list.
Yes, you can make partial as well as excess payment for your credit card bill. Although not paying the due-amount in full before the last date of payment may attract late fees and rolling credit charges.
You'll get an email after the credit card bill payment is successful. You can also check the status of credit card bill payment on 'My Transactions' page.
In rare situations, the credit card bill payment (although successful) doesn't reflect in the unbilled credit card statement on time. We request you to reach out to your credit card issuing bank after waiting for at least 2 business days.
It typically takes 2 business days for the credit card bill payment to get credited in your credit card. We therefore advise you to make your credit card bill payment at least 4 business days before the last date for payment.
Credit card bill payment transaction can be made for a minimum amount of INR 10 and a maximum amount of INR 2,00,000. There would be additional limits applicable on the payment method (UPI, net-banking) that you would use to pay the credit card bill. Eg. if the payment method is...
This depends on credit card issuing bank. If you are paying credit card bill on the last date, some banks may reflect the payment on the same day while some may not and late fees may be charged by the bank. Hence, as a good practice the credit card bills must be paid at least 4 b...
In rare cases, due to technical issues, your credit card bill payment may take longer than usual to be completed. It means that we are waiting for a payment confirmation from the bank. In such cases, you should wait for a few hours and check the My Transactions screen to know th...
Yes, the convenience fee will be refunded to you along with the bill amount paid by you in case the transaction is not successful.