Additional Features

  • VISA's comprehensive Global Customer Assistance Service

    This 24/7 emergency service can be used for the following:

    • Report lost or stolen card
    • Emergency cash disbursement
    • Miscellaneous inquiries
    • Emergency travel & medical assistance

The toll-free telephone numbers for accessing these emergency services are available on the VISA website and may also be available in the local telephone directories/yellow pages in each country. Any charges applicable for using the service will be charged to your card account.


Earn 10x rewards on spends in the following categories* –

  • Entertainment
  • Groceries
  • Supermarket
  • Utilities
  • Telecom

You will earn 10 reward points for every Rs 100 of spends in these categories. There is no minimum spends threshold for earning reward points in the above mentioned categories. You can earn a maximum of 100 reward points per transaction in these categories and a maximum of 1000 reward points in a month.

Illustration: If you spend INR 500 on Entertainment, INR 3,000 on Groceries, INR 1,000 on Utilities and INR 500 on Telecom in the month, the reward points earned will be as per the table below.

Category Spends (INR) Reward points
Entertainment 500 50
Groceries 3000 100#
Utilities 1000 100
Telecom 500 50

*Please note, identification of outlets as Entertainment, Groceries, Supermarket, Utilities and Telecom is based on the Merchant Category Codes allotted by Visa. Standard Chartered Bank will not be responsible for providing 10X rewards for purchases at outlets which have not registered themselves under Merchant Category Codes assigned for Entertainment, Groceries, Supermarket, Utilities and Telecom by Visa.

#Reward points capped to 100 per transaction

Special Offers:

As a Standard Chartered Bank VISA Platinum Card holder, you are entitled to our offers and promotions.
Standard Chartered Bank will introduce offers from time to time, which will be communicated using the reverse of your statement, ATM screens, internet etc.

To check Offers and Discounts on your debit card, click here


    • What are categories where I get accelerated points?
      10X rewards across the following categories – Entertainment, Groceries, Supermarket, Utilities and Telecom. These categories are defined by Visa / Mastercard.
    • Shall I earn reward point in other than Entertainment, Groceries, Supermarket, Utilities and Telecom?
      Sorry, you won’t earn any reward point on other categories.
    • How can I know the reward points balance?
      You can get to see the same in your monthly statement every month or call up the customer care.
    • Can I club the reward points across multiple cards or transfer the points from one card account to another?
      Sorry, this cannot be done. Rewards redemption can only be done against the card on which the reward points were accrued.
    • Do reward points accrued on my card expire?
      Yes reward points earned in the period of 1st Jan to 31st Dec will expire on 30th June of the subsequent year.
    • What are the fees for holding a Standard Chartered Platinum Rewards Debit Card ?
      The Rewards Platinum Debit Card comes at an annual fee of INR 499 plus applicable taxes. For Employee Banking accounts, please contact phone-banking for service charges applicable to your relationship.
    • Can I convert my existing Debit Card into a Cash back Platinum Debit Card?
      Yes. Please call phone banking or contact your branch for details and the eligibility.

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