Hi, being a user of Standard Chartered credit card, I am sharing how you can easily make online payments of your bill which generates every month. Although the company offers various payment modes to clear the bill i.e. NEFT / IBFT, Visa credit card Payment, Cheque and Cash Payments, Phone banking payments, auto-debit facility, Payment Apportionment etc. But in this post we are focusing on how you can pay your bill through Debit Card / ATM Card or Online Banking.
For the ease of our readers, we are also using related screenshots. So, follow the guide and make your payments easy.
Pay Standard Chartered Credit
Card Bill Online
- Go to BillDesk page, click here.
- The page will ask your credit card details i.e. select card type, 16 digit Standard Chartered bank credit card number (twice), registered mobile number, registered email id, bill payment amount and payment option. As I am paying the amount through State Bank of India Online Banking, I will be sharing the guide using it only. There are several other modes too through which you can pay your credit card bill easily i.e. Debit / ATM card payment, credit card to credit card payment etc.
3. After filling up the details you have to click on Pay Now button.
4. The next window asked my Personal Banking username and password (SBI online banking account). If you are Corporate Banking user, you can login using those details.
5. The account has automatically fetched all the details and asking you to confirm everything, especially the amount. If everything is right, click on the Confirm button.
6. The next window will ask the OTP (one-time password) for verification, which you might have received on your registered mobile number. (In SBI online banking it happens like this)
7. Just after OTP submission, you have to wait for loading and the next screen will show receipt of successful payment. For future reference, you can print this receipt or you can also save the soft copy in PDF format.
The steps were quite easy. If you have been paying through Debit or ATM card then you have to submit the details of card instead of using Online Banking credentials.
Just one thing you should keep in mind is, don’t prefer refreshing or going back in the browser while making such transactions. As these transactions are extra secured and banks don’t suggest to do it.