Withdraw cash from any ATM machine 24 hours a day.

Debit Card

  1. Withdraw cash from any ATM machine 24 hours a day
  2. Regular customers can take out THB 100,000 while Priority Banking customers can take out THB 150,000
  3. Withdraw THB 20,000 every time you visit the ATM, up to 20 times a day
  4. Special privileges at Standard Chartered ATM machines
    • Print a mini statement for the last 6 transactions
    • Check outstanding balance
    • Make transfers to third-party accounts at any Standard Chartered branch in the country
    • Make transfers to third-party accounts at other banks (ORFT)
    • Pay your Standard Chartered Credit Cards
    • Change your PIN
    • Make loan repayments
    • Request a cheque book (Standard Chartered Bank Current Account)
  5. Use your VISA Electron or VISA Debit Card to make cash-free purchases at any store or point of sale featuring a VISA Electron or VISA sign
Service Fee
Service Fee
Card replacement fee Refer to bank announcements
Annual fee Refer to bank announcements

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

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