• Fraud Alert

    Standard Chartered will alert you of any unusual card activity giving you added security.

  • Bill Payment

    Settle your credit card bill through our Internet banking platform, our mobile banking platform – Breeze, a standing instruction or by visiting any of our branches across Nigeria.

  • Supplementary Cards

    As a Standard Chartered Gold Cardholder, you can issue up to five supplementary cards to your loved ones.

  • Cashback

    Every time you use your Standard Chartered Platinum Credit Card to pay for dinner, you'll receive 5% Cashback.


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What is my Credit limit?

Your credit limit is the amount you are allowed to borrow at any one time based on your income and satisfactory credit bureau report

Which Channels are enabled for my Credit Card

Your card is automatically enabled for ATM and POS. But online (eCommerce) transactions will only be enabled at your request

Can I use my credit card abroad?

This not enabled for now

Is there a charge if I withdraw cash from my SCB Credit Card via an ATM?

There is no charge for withdrawal of cash via the ATM however, interest on cash advance is 4% friom the day cash is withdrawn till when amount is fully settled.You will find all the information you need in the Terms And Conditions on our web site

Remember – cash withdrawals via the ATM does not qualify for interest free period. Purchases via POS and online is interest free if you fully pay the amount outstanding. So it can be costly to use your credit card to get cash out on a regular basis.

How can I change my statement date/payment due date?

Just complete our limit/billing cycle change form and send same to the branch with preferred dates. We will then let you know within 24 hours if we can change the dates, or not. More information on salary payment date may be required from you to change billing cycle

How many days before my payment due date will I receive a statement?

You’ll get your statement twenty days before your payment is due. When you get your statement, please make sure you pay in a way that will reach us on or before the due date.

How can I pay my bill?

You can pay your bill in a range of ways including:

Online Banking
You can pay your bill by transferring funds from your current/savings account on ibanking/mobile banking to your credit card account
When making a payment from SCB online;

  • Select ‘Credit Card Payment’ under 'Payments' in the main menu.
  • Select account from which payment will be made
  • Select active card
  • Select payment type –One time or recurring
  • Select payment amount – statement balance due/Minimum due /Others
  • Select date
  • Click next

By Standing Instruction
This is automatically set up when your card was issued. There are two SI payment options: the minimum amount, the total amount due (subject to minimum payment requirements of N5,000).

If I have a Standing Instruction set up, can I still make additional payments?

If you choose to make an additional payment against a fixed payment, the fixed amount will still need to be taken in full. But if you make an additional payment against a minimum payment, then your payment will go down by that amount.

The minimum payment is really a safety net to ensure you don't incur late payment charges. Ideally, you should still make additional payments by other means rather than sticking to the minimum each month.

If you make an additional payment, then the payment will be reduced by the amount of the additional payment.

Please note that any additional payment made within 3 working days prior to your payment being will not affect your SI amount as the request will already have been sent.

How much cash can I withdraw from my SCB Credit Card?
  • On your account you have a total cash withdrawal limit of 50% and a daily cash withdrawal limit.
  • The daily cash withdrawal limit is N150,000
  • Your total and daily cash withdrawal limit is displayed on your statement
When Do I have to pay

The date your payment is due is printed on your monthly statement. The standing Instruction set up on your account will run on the due date. In case you want to make additional payment, Please allow 3 working days for us to receive and process your payment.

What Do I Do If I think I received an Incorrect Bill

If you think you have been unnecessarily charged a fee contact send email to or call our 24-hour Client Care line +234 1 2704611-4, so we can review your account.

I have a duplicated transaction on my statement, what should I do?

If you've made a transaction and it appears on your statement twice or more, you'll need to visit the branch to complete a charge back form. It can take up to 30 days for the refund to be credited to your account.

When will I receive my statement?

You will receive your statement on your billing date once a month (as long as you have a balance). You will receive your eStatement in your email address with the bank from>>.

How much will I have to repay each month?

Each month you get a statement telling you of your full outstanding balance (everything you have spent plus any interest and charges) and the amount of your minimum payment. You can pay any amount between this minimum payment and your full outstanding balance

What happens if a payment is late, missed or returned?

Your card will be stopped from further transactions for any of these situations.

What happens if my card is overlimit

If your card is overlimit as a result of finance changes or exchange rate fluctuations, you are required to immediately pay the difference; otherwise your next repayment would be 10% of total amount outstanding, instead of 1% minimum amount due

How does the interest free period work?

You can get up to 50 days interest free on purchases, if you pay off your balance in full each month and spend happen on first day of the cycle

Why have I been charged cash interest when I haven't withdrawn any cash this month?

Because we charge interest on cash transactions at a daily rate, it means that you can't avoid interest charges on withdrawing cash. We'll still charge cash interest on a cash transaction from a previous month if your payments have not been enough to cover the amount of cash that you withdrew plus the interest and fee apportioned to it. You'll also need to take into account any other transactions you have made i.e. purchases. There may also be interest due for the time between your last statement being produced and the date you received your payment.

How many cycles Do We have in the bank

SCB has four Billing cycles.

Start End Payment
5th 5th 25th
10th 10th 30th
15th 15th 5th
31st 31st 20th
What is the minimum amount due on credit cards?

Minimum amount due is the amount which you pay to avoid late payment fee. Remember, you will still be charged interest on the remaining unpaid amount. Just that late fee won't be applied. Total amount due is the total money you owe.

What is the Statement Date?

The statement date on your statement cycle is usually the same day as the last day of the billing period. This is the date your bill is actually issued, and your bill will be due twenty days after that. The statement date and the due date are not the same.

What is Payment due date

Payment Due Dates: Payment is due on either 25th/30th/5th/20th of each month depending on the billing cycle set up for client.

What is the billing cycle?

A billing cycle is recurring and is most often set to repeat on a monthly basis. For example, you may get your credit card bill on the fifth day of the month for payment or purchases done from the fifth of the previous month

What's chargeback protection?

Chargeback is a way of getting your money back if things go wrong on your credit card purchases.

How can I Increase my credit card limit

You can increase your credit card limit by completing our Limit/Billing Cycle change form and submitting at the branch. Please note that you can only qualify if:

  • Your Credit Card is active
  • up to Nine months of issuance
  • with at least one transaction in the last three months
  • current utilization≤ 80%
  • repayment ratio over three months period should be ≥ 20%
  • satisfactory bureau report
Can my credit card be downgraded

Yes. Your credit limit can be downgraded if a serious deterioration in your credit behaviour is noticed

What is Grace Period

A grace period is the period of time a credit card given you to pay amount due, without having to pay interest on the new balance. The grace period runs from the end of a billing cycle to the next payment due date i.e.

SCB Grace Period SCB Grace Period
5th 25th
10th 30th
15th 5th
31st 20th
Can I stop Usage of my card on any channel

You are allowed to switch On/Off eCommerce functionality on your card by calling our contact centre on +234 1 270 4611-4 and request for switch on/off of this service

However, you will be unable to use your card for online transactions when this functionality is switched off.

Call Us

Call our hotline for further information.

01 2704611 - 4
(when dialling in Nigeria)

+234 1 2704611 - 4
(when dialling from overseas)

Email Us

Alternatively, please drop us an email and we will contact you soon.

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Locate Us

Visit the branch that is nearest to you.

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Speaking Up

Standard Chartered Bank (the “Bank”) is committed to maintaining a culture of the highest ethics and integrity, and in compliance with all applicable law, regulation and internal policy. As part of this commitment, the Bank has a ‘Speaking Up’ programme through which genuine concerns in this regard can be raised. Members of the public can securely raise Speaking Up concerns through this hyperlink, which is hosted on behalf of the Bank by a third party ‘InTouch’. Examples of concerns that can be raised through this website are concerns that relate to accounting, internal accounting controls or auditing matters and concerns relating to bribery or banking and financial crime. Concerns received will be forwarded to the Bank’s investigations team for review. Complaints relating to SCB banking services should not be raised through this site in the first instance, but through the SCB branch network, contact centres, Relationship Managers or the ‘Contact Us’ webpage.


Please note that this hyperlink will bring to you to another website on the Internet, which is operated by InTouch, an independent company appointed by the Bank to support its Speaking Up programme. Please be mindful that when you click on the link and open a new window in your browser, you will be subject to the additional terms of use of the website that you are going to visit.