Balance Transfer

Interest on credit cards can mount up if you’re not careful. If you’re paying high interest rates on a credit card with another bank, transfer the balance to your Standard Chartered credit card and enjoy low interest rates and a flexible repayment plan.

Advantages of Balance Transfer:

Simple
Quick and easy to make balance transfers.

Low costs
Avoid costly interest payments from other banks.

No transfer limit
Transfer as many balances as your credit limit allows.

Easy monthly payment
One easy monthly payment for your consolidated debts.

Flexibility
Opt to repay back at your convenience or through a fixed monthly payment plan

How to apply for a Balance Transfer?

Step 1:
Call us on 17531532 and ask about Balance Transfer.

Step 2:
Your request will be forwarded to a sales agent who will explain the plan details. You will be provided the option to select one of the following plans:

  1. Balance Transfer plan with fixed monthly instalment
  2. Balance Transfer plan without fixed monthly instalment

Step 3:
We will transfer the balance and you pay either a small processing fee or a lower interest rate on the amount transferred.  

Step 4:
Enjoy a flexible repayment plan.  

Fees and Charges

Fees and charges are subject to change. All fees and charges listed are inclusive of 5% Value Added Tax (VAT), where applicable.

Details Charges
Interest Rate Up to 1.25% monthly
Processing Fee Up to 5.25%
Early Settlement Charge 1.05% or BHD 105, whichever is lower

Interest rates may be subject to change at the Bank’s discretion.

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Disclaimer

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