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ICICI Bank Allows Customers To Pay Credit Card Dues Via iMobile Pay App

ICICI Bank Allows Customers To Pay Credit Card Dues Via iMobile Pay App

ICICI Bank prospects also can set invoice reminders and consider cost historical past.

ICICI Bank on Monday introduced that it has enabled its financial savings account holders to pay and handle dues of bank cards of any financial institution immediately utilizing the lender’s cellular utility ‘iMobile Pay’. “The customers can add credit cards of any bank to the app within a few seconds and thereafter pay and manage their dues from the same app. It offers improved convenience to customers, who typically use multiple credit cards, by providing them a one-stop solution for managing all their cards with ease, in a safe and secure manner,” ICICI Bank mentioned in a launch.

Customers can set invoice cost reminders, view cost historical past of all playing cards, share cost affirmation via WhatsApp, and handle and alter due dates as per the billing cycle of their playing cards, the non-public lender added.

Mr. Bijith Bhaskar, Head – Digital Channels & Partnership mentioned, “With a large section of customers using multiple cards for their various needs, this new solution aims to help them decongest the process of their credit card bill payments. It offers them the convenience of a one-stop payment solution for all their credit cards on one platform, and saves them the hassle of juggling between multiple portals for payments.”

Here’s how prospects can avail the ability: 

* Login to iMobile Pay and choose ‘Cards and Forex’ part

* Go to ‘Other Bank Credit Card’

* Tap on ‘Add a card’ and enter the required particulars

* Authenticate the OTP (one time password) despatched on the registered cellular quantity and card can be added immediately

* Once the cardboard is added, it may be seen and managed beneath the ‘Other Bank Credit Card’ tab

Meanwhile, ICICI Bank shares have been buying and selling 0.55% decrease in late offers.

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