Special collection ATM / Debit Card for the KOP fans. Withdraw cash from any ATM machine 24 hours.

Debit Liverpool Card

  1. Withdraw cash from any ATM machine 24 hours a day.
  2. Maximum amount of 100,000 Baht for regular customers.
  3. Maximum withdrawal 20 times / day, 20,000 Baht / time.
  4. Special privileges at Standard Chartered ATM machines
    • Mini statement printing for the last 6 transactions
    • Check outstanding balance
    • Transfer via ATM machine to a third party account at any branch of the Bank throughout the country
    • Transfer via ATM machine to a third party account at another bank (ORFT)
    • Standard Chartered Credit Card payment
    • PIN Change
    • Loan Payment
    • Cheque book request (for Standard Chartered Bank Current Account)
  5. Card can be used for purchases instead of cash at any store / point of sale with Visa Electron signage.
Service Fee
Service Fee
Card replacement fee Refer to Bank Announcements
Annual fee Refer to Bank Announcements

All ATM / Debit Liverpool Card service terms and conditions apply
All fees are based on the Bank Announcements at the branch. The bank reserves the right to change all fees.

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