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5 Easy Ways to Pay Your Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank SuperCard Bill

A credit card is an efficient financial tool that offers ample benefits through reward points and other features. For example, the Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank SuperCard offers 50-day interest-free cash withdrawals from an ATM and a 90-day interest-free personal loan along with rewards on every transaction, exclusive discounts on movie tickets, airport lounge access, fuel surcharge waiver and much more!

However, while you enjoy the benefits of your SuperCard, you need to keep in mind your dues. Credit card bills demand timely payments, and in full. If you default you will incur hefty penalties and interest charges.

Therefore, it’s important to prioritise credit card payments. One way of making the task easier is by understanding how you can pay your credit card bill. Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank SuperCard makes this convenient by offering a range of payment options.

Take a look at the 5 options that you can use


Pay bills offline using a cheque

If you prefer to pay the bill offline, you can do so via a cheque. However, you need to ensure that you write the cheque in favour of Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank SuperCard, followed by your 16-digit card number.

Make a direct bank transfer through NEFT

NEFT is a direct bank-to-bank money transfer facility that you can use to pay your Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank Credit Card bill. This online credit card payment option makes it easy to carry out same-day payments with the exception of certain special days. To make a payment using NEFT, ensure that you enter the following details accurately.

Name: Write your name as it appears on your SuperCard
Account number: 16-digit SuperCard number
Bank name: RBL Bank
IFSC: RATN0CRCARD
Branch location: NOC Goregaon, Mumbai

Make instant payments through RBL net banking

If you want to simplify the process and are an existing customer of RBL Bank, you can make your SuperCard payments via net banking.

Pay through your smartphone using the RBL MyCard app

An even simpler method of paying your SuperCard bill is using the RBL MyCard application on your smartphone. Besides making payments, this app allows you to check your statement and manage your account as well. If you have not downloaded the app as yet, you can do so by sending ‘MyCard’ as an SMS to 5607011. Alternatively, this app is also available on Apple’s AppStore and Google’s Play Store.

Automate payments using the NACH facility

To completely automate your SuperCard payments, you can make use of the NACH facility. Simply link an existing bank account to your SuperCard and forget worrying about paying your bill on time. You can enrol for this feature by filling out this form and submitting it to the address mentioned therein.

Using any of the online methods can significantly reduce the effort that goes into making credit card bill payments. However, if you’re not a credit card holder and are in the market for one, be sure to look for easy bill payment modes when researching your options! The Bajaj Finserv RBL Bank SuperCard is one that extends this benefit and has many more offers in store from partners like Zomato and Treebo.

On the whole, the SuperCard serves as a credit card, cash card, loan card and EMI card, make it one of the best credit cards in India. To apply for a credit card that offers up to Rs.55,000 worth of savings annually, simply check your pre-approved offer. This way you can access customised deals and enjoy instant approval as well.
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