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Credit card payments
Credit card payments

Pay your Standard Chartered Credit Card bills in real time

Pay for your credit card bills securely, conveniently and almost instantly

Pay your Standard Chartered Credit Card bills from the Standard Chartered Online Banking or Mobile Banking app. Alternatively, choose Fast and Secure Transfers (FAST) payment if you’re paying from other bank accounts.

Making payment from your Standard Chartered current or savings account

3 simple steps to pay your STANDARD CHARTERED CREDIT CARD BILLS via Standard Chartered Online Banking or Mobile Banking
Step 1 Log in to Standard Chartered Online Banking or Mobile Banking
Step 2 Select “Pay SC Credit Cards”
Step 3 Select the credit card you are making payment to and follow onscreen instructions to complete the payment.

Making payment from other bank’s account

3 simple steps to pay your STANDARD CHARTERED CREDIT CARD BILLS via FAST.
Step 1 Log in to other bank’s online banking platform
Step 2 Select Funds Transfer option; add the 16 digit Standard Chartered Credit Card number as a FAST payee
Step 3 Make payment to Standard Chartered Credit Card by opting to transfer funds via FAST
Note: The relevant steps for adding Standard Chartered credit card as a FAST payee may differ from bank to bank if you are paying through FAST. Please seek assistance from the bank you are originating the payment from if you encounter any difficulties.

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Deposit Insurance Scheme

Singapore dollar deposits of non-bank depositors are insured by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation, for up to S$50,000 in aggregate per depositor per Scheme member by law. Foreign currency deposits, dual currency investments, structured deposits and other investment products are not insured.