You can pay your Axis Bank Credit Card bills in a variety of simple ways. Pick the one that works best for you, and take advantage of our hassle-free banking services.
The following is the UPI ID for your Axis Bank credit card: CC. [email protected].
Axis Bank advises cardholders to pay credit card balances using the methods listed above. There may be a longer TAT for clearance for credit card payments made through other channels, such as third-party apps that are not connected to Axis Bank. If funds are not received by Axis Bank by the due date, penalties as applicable to the card variant will be charged. Customers can speak with the relevant channels directly if they have any questions about payments made by card through unaffiliated channels that were delayed or did not reflect.
To make a payment, you may use this official links below:
Pay Credit Card Bill Online with
Credit Card Bill Payment · Log on to Axis Bank Internet Banking · Go to Credit Card section · Select the Credit Card for which payment needs to be done · Click on “
Credit Card Bill Pay
Pay your credit card bills, instantly and securely. Axis Bank Offers a hassle-free way to make your credit card bill payment online.
How can I pay my axis credit card bill?
- Log on to Axis Bank Internet Banking.
- Go to Credit Card section.
- Choose the credit card that needs to be paid with.
- Click on “Pay Now”
- Select the Account to be debited.
- Enter Amount you wish to pay.
- Click on Proceed to make the payment.
How can I add biller in Axis Bank credit card?
Credit Card Bill Payment Log in to Axis Internet Banking. Go to Payments Pay Bills. Add New Biller if not added already. Select the Credit Card Biller and click on pay bill.
How can I pay my Axis Bank credit card bill through debit card?
You can only use an Axis Bank ATM to use your debit card to pay an Axis Bank credit card bill. However, you must have an Axis Bank Debit / ATM Card in order to use this facility. You cannot use other bank ATMs to make payment.
When should I pay my credit card bill Axis Bank?
Depending on the date of the transaction, the interest-free grace period could last anywhere between 20 and 50 days. Example for calculating the grace period: The Payment Due Date for a statement for the period of 20 June to 20 July would be 10 August.