Want to pay your SBI credit card bill online? There are various ways you can pay credit card bill of State bank without visiting any ATM or branch. Just use your SBI net banking and easily complete the payment.
In this article, I will discuss another way of payment which is very popular. NEFT payment or National Electronic Funds Transfer which is a quick, simple and secure way to pay your SBI Card Bill. You might have used the same for transferring money to other banks or within SBI.
How to Register and Pay Your SBI Credit Card Bill Using NEFT
Follow the step by step guide to pay your credit card bill using NEFT method. It is little different compared to previously discussed way of adding a biller.
Step 1 : Use OnlineSBI link and Log in to the SBI net banking facility of your bank.
Step 2: In NEFT process, you have add a payee first. So here also add your SBI Card as a beneficiary, under third party transfer.
Step 3 : What will be the bank or IFSC details? Nothing to worry, simply add the IFSC code SBIN00CARDS for making SBI Card payment.
Step 4 : Next provide your 16-digit SBI Card number in place of account number on the banking page which is printed on your credit card.
Step 5 : Provide the name of the bank as SBI CREDIT CARD – NEFT
Step 6 : Fill Bank Address as PAYMENT SYSTEMS GROUP, STATE BANK GITC, CBD BELAPUR, NAVI MUMBAI.
Step 7 : Click submit button to complete your registration process. Now your credit card is added as a beneficiary in your SBI net banking.
Step 8: Now like you transfer money to someone else, choose the beneficiary as your credit card and transfer the money to complete the credit card bill payment.
Generally payment will reflect within 1 working day in your SBI Credit Card account. In case any issue, please contact your SBI credit card call center number via phone or mail to get clarified providing the transaction reference number.